Do planets spin clockwise or counterclockwise?
From a point high above the north pole of the solar system the planets are revolving about the sun and rotating about their axes in a counterclockwise direction. This holds true also for the asteroids.
Are there planets that don’t spin?
So the answer to your question is basically yes. Planets that are transitioning from spin in one direction to another direction is a common occurrence, and the number that can be said to have “no rotation” only depends on how long you’re willing to wait, or what tolerance you want to set.
Do all the planets spin in the same direction?
The planets all revolve around the sun in the same direction and in virtually the same plane. In addition, they all rotate in the same general direction, with the exceptions of Venus and Uranus. These differences are believed to stem from collisions that occurred late in the planets’ formation.