10 Most Intelligent Presidents in the World: IQ Rankings

Here’s another great compilation from Insider Monkey – a list of the most intelligent presidents in the world: IQ rankings. IQ hardly means a thing, at least having an uber high IQ doesn’t. Not only because smarts don’t take into account personality or heart, but because this is just one intelligence test that some guy named Lewis Terman invented in 1916. Yes, you read correctly. That was long after many of the presidents whose IQ scores were ranked here even lived. So, their scores are only roughly estimated. Einstein is said to have had an IQ of 160 and anything over 140 is considered genius or near genius. Scores ranging from 120 to 140 are considered of very superior intelligence and 110 to 119 equals just superior intelligence. Numbers from 90 to 109 implicate normal or average intelligence. My IQ was measured long time ago, and I was pretty satisfied with the result.

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Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three of the most intelligent presidents in the world: IQ rankings from their list.

The first president is Donald Trump (2016-) If there was a song “I’m smarty and I know it,” Trump would certainly be the singer. But even though he’s far from humble when it comes to IQ, he does have a pretty bad combover. And if you’d like to know more about his presidency, see your twitter feed. The second genius president on our list should be Benjamin Disraeli (1868 and 1874-1880, United Kingdom). Under Queen Victoria, Disraeli served as prime minister and helped to establish the modern Conservative Party. He was also known as the first Earl of Beaconsfield. With a title like that, it’s not surprising he’s on our list of the world’s smartest presidents. At last, but not least we are mentioning Benjamin Netanyahu (1996-1999 and 2009- present, Israel) A seasoned member of the Israel Defense Forces, Netanyahu has fought in many wars and proved himself a capable leader. He also served as the Israeli ambassador to the United Nations from 1984 to 1988. And now, let’s see the top two most intelligent presidents in the world.

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