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After leaving the White House, certain American presidents are not always missed. To compile its own ranking of America's worst presidents, U.S. News averaged the results of three significant presidential polls.

8. Zachary Taylor Born: Nov. 24, 1784 Died: July 9, 1850 Presidential Term: March 4, 1849 - July 9, 1850 Vice President: Millard Fillmore

Taylor, one of the eight presidents to pass away in office, ended his brief term in office in 1850 after growing unwell following the Fourth of July celebration.

7. Herbert Hoover Born: Aug. 10, 1874 Died: Oct. 20, 1964 Presidential Term: March 4, 1929 - March 4, 1933 Vice President: Charles Curtis

Hoover was infamous for being a bad communicator who sparked trade wars and made the Great Depression worse.

6 (tie). John Tyler Born: March 29, 1790 Died: Jan. 18, 1862 Presidential Term: April 4, 1841 - March 4, 1845 Vice President: None

He was a fervent supporter of slavery who, after becoming president, departed from his party's agenda.

6 (tie). Millard Fillmore Born: Jan. 7, 1800 Died: March 8, 1874 Presidential Term: July 9, 1850 - March 4, 1853 Vice President: None

He supported the 1850 Compromise, which prolonged Southern separation by promoting the development of slavery.

5. Warren G. Harding Born: Nov. 2, 1865 Died: Aug. 2, 1923 Presidential Term: March 4, 1921 - Aug. 2, 1923 Vice President: Calvin Coolidge

Harding was an enthusiastic golfer and poker player whose presidency is most likely remembered for its long list of scandals and wrongdoing.

4. William Henry Harrison Born: Feb. 9, 1773 Died: April 4, 1841 Presidential Term: March 4, 1841 - April 4, 1841 Vice President: John Tyler

He gave the nation's longest inaugural address before developing pneumonia, which caused his 30-day president to be the shortest in American history.

3. Franklin Pierce Born: Nov. 23, 1804 Died: Oct. 8, 1869 Presidential Term: March 4, 1853 - March 4, 1857 Vice President: William R. King

Pierce's passion for border expansion, which resulted in the addition of numerous slave states, helped pave the way for the American Civil War.

2. Andrew Johnson Born: Dec. 29, 1808 Died: July 31, 1875 Presidential Term: April 15, 1865- March 4, 1869 Vice President: None

After opposing Reconstruction policies, such as the 14th amendment, Johnson avoided being impeached.

1, James Buchanan Born: April 23, 1791 Died: June 1, 1868 Presidential Term: March 4, 1857 - March 4, 1861 Vice President: John Breckinridge

He declined to oppose the growth of slavery or the expanding group of states that would eventually form the Confederacy.

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