The Slate/SurveyMonkey Political Graph takes a humorous approach to presidents. Although stances on the post-recession economy and the wars that the United States are engaged in are all important in an election, doesn't personality matter the most in picking a leader?
This is the hilarious presumption for this amusing survey issued by Slate and SurveyMonkey. The charts present questions like "which Presidential candidate would you rather have over for dinner?" They also present legitimate questions such as "whom would you vote for?"
The correlation between the two is only slightly apparent from what is gathered. While Obama wins with a near majority in all the personality-based questionnaires, this does not stop (presumably) the same people who voted in favor of his personality to then state they disapprove of his leadership.