In this survey, individuals were asked to rate leaders on a scale of 0 to 100 degrees. A rating of 100 degrees means that they feel extremely favorable and warm toward a given political figure. A rating of 0 degrees means that they feel extremely unfavorable and cold toward the figure. A rating of 50 degrees is given if individuals don't feel particularly warm or cold toward the figure. This graphic illustrates the average scores of selected national political figures:

George W Bush averaged 44.9 degrees

John McCain averaged 53.8 degrees

Barack Obama averaged 50.3 degrees