Baldimo, You're arguing the wrong issues. Just look at the historical records of our president's ratings by political scientists. It's not about one issue that or one issue this. It's about the overall performance of each president, and how they are rated by political scientists who study these things. Even then, after some years, their rankings may change. That's to be expected, because all issues cannot be considered at the time of the rating. From qz.com: "In his first appearance in the survey, last conducted in 2009, Barack Obama was ranked 12th, sandwiched between Woodrow Wilson and James Monroe. George W. Bush “benefitted somewhat from the passing of the years,”
moving to #33 from #36 in 2009." From Snopes.com: When Quinnipiac University polled American voters on the same question in March 2018, two months before blogs and pundits regurgitated the 2014 poll as “recent,” they found that voters believed Donald Trump had far surpassed Barack Obama as worst president since World War II:
Donald Trump is the worst of the 13 presidents who have served since the end of World War II, 41 percent of American voters say, followed by 21 percent who list Barack Obama and 10 percent who cite Richard Nixon, in a Quinnipiac University National Poll released today.
Looking at the best president since 1945, 28 percent say Ronald Reagan. Another 24 percent list Barack Obama, with 10 percent each for Bill Clinton and John Kennedy.
President Trump is fifth on the list, with 7 percent, the independent Quinnipiac University Poll finds.
In 2014, only 8% of voters named Barack Obama as the best president since World War II, but that number rose to 24% (second only to Ronald Reagan’s 28%) in the 2018 poll. The more recent Quinnipiac University survey found that only 7% of respondents named Donald Trump “best president” in 2018.