Now, thanks to Hannah Davis and Sarah Hallacher, we have an amazing infographic that, using data compiled from the American National Election Studies, details how voters felt about each of the presidential candidates from 1984 through 2008 -- with happy/sad faces to go along with each election. (The options given voters were: "angry", "afraid", "proud" and "hopeful".)
Our favorite? The 2000 election in which people felt generally blah about Al Gore and George W. Bush. Which is basically how we remember it.
Click on the image below to see the infographic.