Bush and Bush Jr. are the most popular kids in America, according to a poll released Monday.
But that doesn’t mean they’re the most influential kids in the world.
The most popular boy in America may be an 18-year-old named Billy, who played basketball with George W. Bush in the 1990s.
The most popular girl is 19-year old Ellie, a senior at Duke University, who’s also a basketball star.
The least popular child is 9-year, 2-year schoolgirl named Charlotte, who is best known for her role as a cheerleader on the popular Disney show “Bones.”
While the top boy is the President, it’s not clear how many of the most prominent kids have made the transition from Bush to the next President.
It’s possible they are more influenced by their parents than their own interests.
“It is a really important part of who the President is.
He is a reflection of the nation,” says Michael Vachon, a professor at Harvard Business School and author of “The Power of the Superpowers.”
Billy Bush is the most visible example of the Bush family’s influence on the youth of the United States.
He was raised in the White House by his father, who was a former U.S. Senator from Florida, and his older brother Jeb.
Billy Bush Jr., now 15, plays basketball with the President and his brother Jeb in Florida.
Billy Bush and Jeb Bush were born on July 18, 1988, to George W., an oil tycoon and his wife Barbara Bush, and their three younger siblings, Billy, 17, Jeb, 15, and Jeb’s father, former President George H.W. Bush.
Bush and Bush were the first Bush family children to be married.
A young Billy Bush was in the house watching his father’s wedding ceremony when he was 7 years old.
Jeb Bush and Billy Bush in 1989.
George Bush and Barbara Bush in 1988.
Joe Biden, the first African-American Vice President, is the youngest son of Bush Sr., a former governor of Delaware, and Bush’s first wife, Columba.
He attended school with Bush Jr and Jeb Jr. in the Bush household and was born in 2004.
Bush Sr. says he and his family didn’t want to marry young, but they didn’t know that their oldest son would be the one to become the President.
Biden and Jeb Sr. in 2007.
The youngest Bush son, Billy Jr., is in the middle of his senior year at Duke.
Jimmy Carter is the third Bush family son.
He’s now 29 years old and is the oldest son of former President Jimmy Carter, a Democrat.
Carter, a former senator, served as a U.N. peacekeeping envoy, and he was the first to be elected to the Senate.
Carter is also the youngest child of former Presidents Jimmy Carter and George H., Sr., who served as presidents from 1981 to 1989.
Carter’s father was the only one to serve in the United Nations.
Obama and Biden are the only two boys in the family to be awarded a Nobel Peace Prize.
Obama’s brother, Joe Biden, won the Nobel Peace prize for his role in the 2008 Democratic presidential primary fight against then-Sen. Barack Obama, who had called for an end to U.K. military action in Iraq.
Barack Obama, left, and President Barack Obama talk with their son, Beau Biden, Jr., as Beau Biden prepares to introduce him to his father at the Whitehouse on April 20, 2013.
Vice President Joe Biden listens to former President Joe H. Biden deliver a speech in the East Room of the WhiteHouse on April 6, 2013, in Washington, D.C. Biden was named vice president by Obama in November 2009.
In 2009, Biden was the top recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
In 2016, he was named an honorary member of the National Board of Advisors of the American Red Cross.
Jimmy Carter and Barbara Carter in the West Wing of the U.A.E. on June 30, 1978.
Former President Jimmy Jimmy Carter waves as he arrives for the White house Rose Garden in Washington on June 10, 2016.
“Jimmy Carter’s presidency was the most consequential of the last 60 years, but it was also the most remarkable,” Biden said during a White House ceremony on Monday.
“I had a father who was very concerned about what was happening around the world and the people who lived under those circumstances.
That was a father of the presidency.
That’s my dad.”
Biden’s father’s role in his son’s upbringing was “a big part of my life,” Biden says.
He and his siblings grew up in the Dallas suburbs.
Bush Sr., then a Republican congressman from Texas, served