The table shows the number of judges appointed by each president from F.D. Roosevelt to G.W. Bush. The table reports for each president since Roosevelt the number of Supreme Court appointments, the number of appointments to positions on Courts of Appeals, District Court appointments, Total appointments, the total number of federal judgeships, and the percentage of presidential appointees sharing the president's partisan affiliation. The first column enumerates presidents from F.D. Roosevelt to G.W. Bush and each president's term (years in office). The second to fourth columns provide the number of judges each president appointed in each level of the Court system. The fifth column is the total number of judicial appointments by president. The sixth column is the total judgeships in the U.S. Courts in a given period. Over time, Congress has added new courts or increased the number of judges on a court. The final column represents the percentage of appointees who have the same partisan affiliation as the president who appointed them.