Scientific proof that Left wing liberals lecture and Right wing politicians talk to us straight 

Mail Online | 2/7/2019 | Victoria Allen Science Correspondent For The Daily Mail
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Liberal across the decade have been criticised for their hectoring tone.

Now a scientific study has confirmed left-wing politicians really do have a tendency to lecture people on their beliefs.

Researchers - Speeches - Nick - Clegg - Gordon

Researchers who analysed more than 380,000 speeches, including those given by Nick Clegg and Gordon Brown, have concluded that 'liberals lecture' while, in comparison, 'conservatives communicate'.

The analysis is based on the complexity of the language used by the politicians, including long-winded sentences and difficult words.

Conservatives - Lives - Language

Conservatives, whose lives have been claimed to be 'more orderly, conventional and neat', use simpler language.

Liberals, who may have a higher tolerance for ambiguity, use complex language or 'lecture'.

Dr - Martijn - Schoonvelde - University - College

Dr Martijn Schoonvelde, of University College Dublin, said: 'Conservatives speak in more simple language which, by and large, is more easily understood by the public.

'Liberals use longer words and longer sentences, maybe because they speak like that or perhaps because that is what the people they are addressing want.

Brown - Nick - Clegg - Pattern - Speaking

'Gordon Brown and Nick Clegg fit that pattern for liberal speaking patterns just like liberal politicians in the US and across Europe.'

The speeches analysed were given between 1945 and 2015, across 10 European countries including the Netherlands, Germany, Spain and the UK.

Computer - Algorithm - Speeches - Word - Length

A computer algorithm, which scored almost 800 British speeches, counted the average word length and average number of words per sentence.

The difference in the liberal and conservative approach is given for former Labour Prime Minister Gordon Brown and his successor in Downing Street, Conservative David Cameron.

Speeches - Issues

Both made speeches on similar issues of social...
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