Unique Ways of Rating Candidates
Robert talks to two analysts of Presidential debates, Psychology professor Joseph Tecce of Boston College and Jeff Rubinstein of the Princeton Review in New York City. Each offers a rather unique perspective on the debates. Tecce says research into past presidential contests shows that the man who blinks less in debates wins. And Rubinstein's publication computed a verbal grade level for each candidate during their broadcast encounter.
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