I’ve previously shared word clouds of the rhetoric used at the Republican Convention (see Great Word Clouds From Democratic & Republican Debates and Another Intriguing Republican Convention Word Cloud.
Now that the Democratic Convention is done, there is no shortage of additional versions that are comparing the two.
Here are links to them:
‘Stronger Together’ and ‘I Am Your Voice’ — How the Nominees’ Convention Speeches Compare is from The New York Times.
Between Cleveland and Philly, a rhetorical divide is from The Washington Post.
‘I accept your nomination’ — here are the words candidates use in their convention speeches is from The L.A. Times.
Clinton and Trump’s very different Americas is from The Washington Post.
Dueling words: How Clinton’s DNC speech differed from Trump’s RNC speech is from Fast Company.
Objectively, who delivered the best convention speech? is from Quantified Communications.
I’m adding them to The Best Sites To Learn About The 2016 U.S. Presidential Elections.