What is the most common birth month among U.S. presidents?
While we commemorate Presidents’ Day in February, it’s intriguing to note that only four presidents were actually born in that month. The month of October claims the distinction of being the birth month for the highest number of U.S. presidents. A total of six presidents, spanning different eras and political landscapes share October as their birth month: Jimmy Carter (October 1), Rutherford B. Hayes (October 4), Chester A. Arthur (October 5), Dwight D. Eisenhower (October 14), Theodore Roosevelt (October 27), and John Adams (October 30).
The correct answer is October.