The well regarded Liscio report is now blogging.
They did a very nice job analyzing the various economic and market results under all of the Presidents since FDR.
Of course, it is arguable as to how much impact any President has on the economy in general.
However, I think we can all agree that certain presidents who made major policy changes — think Roosevelt and Reagan — had major impacts on the economy. Other Presidents — like Clinton and Bush — also had a major impact through their actions and inactions.
The entire piece is worth a look . . .
GDP by Party
Presidential economics: Do parties matter?
July 07, 2008