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Support for Donald Trump linked to stereotypes about masculinity, study contends

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Jan 05, 2021 … UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — It’s not uncommon to see signs and banners at Trump rallies with an image of President Trump’s head superimposed on a comically muscular body. For some, it can be bizarre and puzzling sight. Now, however, Penn State researchers may have an explanation as to why so many Trump supporters view the 45th…

Study Of Trump’s Tweets Indicates He Has A ‘Schumpeterian’ Personality

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Jul 27, 2017 … NEW YORK — A tweet can tell a lot about a person. President Donald Trump, who has sent off more than 35,000 missives on the microblogging service, has been diagnosed as creative and competitive, yet neurotic through his Twitter posts, a new study finds. Researchers in Australia and Germany looked at the president’s use of…

Study: Trump Supporters Value Financial Skills Over Decency, Ethics

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Aug 24, 2017 … NEW YORK — How you view Donald Trump might be based on what skills you prefer in a commander-in-chief. A new study finds the president’s supporters place more value on financial adeptness than his personal ethics and level of decency. Displayr, a data science app, surveyed over 1,000 American adults in July, hoping to evaluate…

Trump’s Charisma Led Voters To Look Past Narcissistic Traits In 2016 Election, Study Finds

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Apr 30, 2018 … BOCA RATON, Fla. — Narcissism can make people hard to tolerate, but throw in a strong dose charisma and suddenly there’s something appealing and even, for many, inspiring. That’s, at least, a plausible explanation as to why the 2016 election turned out the way it did, a new study finds. Researchers from Florida Atlantic University…

Donald Trump’s 2016 Election Win Didn’t Cause Spike In Liberal Depression, Study Says

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May 12, 2020 … NEW YORK — Immediately after Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential election victory, numerous reports started piling up across media outlets of Democrats and liberals experiencing severe bouts of depression, angst, and anxiety. Similar reports persist to this day, almost four full years later. Somewhat surprisingly, however, a new study suggests that the president’s big victory really didn’t…

Why did Trump resonate so well with his voters? Linguists point to ‘extreme’ use of certain language

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Nov 08, 2020 … MAINZ, Germany — President Donald Trump uses simple language and catchphrases such as “fake news” to “further his personal agenda,” according to linguists. Analysis of his speech patterns and posts on Twitter shows he is the most “extreme” example of a politician who attempts to sound like the majority of voters. A team of worldwide researchers examined the…

Survey: President Trump Treated Most Unfairly By Media Compared To Obama, Bush, Clinton

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Aug 14, 2020 … New survey shows that four in ten Americans agree that the press doesn’t give President Trump fair treatment. BALTIMORE — Does the mainstream media treat President Donald Trump unfairly? It’s a question that Trump doesn’t shy away from himself, often accusing the “fake news media” of unnecessarily coming after him. His insistence of a media…

Trump Can Thank Obama, Bush For Greater Military Power As President, Study Finds

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Aug 22, 2017 … WATERLOO, Ontario — Donald Trump may be one of Barack Obama’s biggest critics, but the president may want to thank his predecessor for an unprecedented expansion of authority when it comes to making military decisions in office. A new study conducted at the University of Waterloo found that Obama as well as former president George W.…

Kanye West and Other Celebs Not Wanted as President, Survey Finds

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Sep 20, 2020 … StudyFinds survey shows just 8% of adults would vote for Kanye West over Donald Trump or Joe Biden in the upcoming election. Among other celebrities linked to the Oval Office, Kanye came in last among respondents — though 48% say no one in the group is qualified for the job. In poll featuring only Trump…

Study: Republicans, Democrats Actually Agree On Trump’s Twitter Antics

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Jun 29, 2019 … BUFFALO, N.Y. — President’s Trump’s daily Twitter posts have been a calling card of his presidency since taking office. Most of the time his tweets seem to breed argument and division, but a surprising study out of the University of Buffalo finds that both political parties may have much more in common than expected when it…

Twitter Study Provides Insight Into How, Why Trump Won 2016 Election

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Dec 26, 2020 … ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Could Twitter have predicted the outcome of the 2016 general election? A 14-month study of Hillary Clinton’s and Donald Trump’s tweets may provide insight into how and why the Republican won the presidency. Jiebo Luo and Yu Wang, two Ph.D students at the University of Rochester at the time of the 2016 paper,…

New Age Of Politics? Half Of Americans Feel Trump, Biden, Sanders Too Old To Be President

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Aug 27, 2019 … StudyFinds.org survey shows Americans feel 48 is the ideal age for a presidential candidate. BALTIMORE — Many polls have pointed to a general election featuring President Trump facing off against Joe Biden in 2020, but would the country be better off with a younger president? According to a survey conducted by StudyFinds.org, 72 years old is…

Life Expectancy Linked To Way People Voted In 2016 Election, Study Finds

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Sep 09, 2017 … BOSTON — For all of the odd explanations for American voting patterns, here’s a new one. Those who supported President Donald Trump in 2016 may have done so partly because they suffer from a shortened life expectancy, a new study finds. Researchers at Boston University looked at county-level voting data in both the 2008 and…

‘Deep State’ and ‘Trump lies’ among common search terms as voters lose trust in U.S. government

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Oct 27, 2020 … NEW YORK — The 2020 presidential election continues to show how divided American politics has become. Regardless of the outcome, a new poll reveals a majority of the country is already fed up with Washington as a whole. Researchers say no matter which state you’re in, there are clear commonalities among search terms revolving around…

Stimulus checks have Americans in agreement, but country bitterly split on everything else

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Mar 02, 2021 … Alarming new data shows that nearly a third of Americans would support splitting country up into ‘regions.’ ROCHESTER, N.Y. — In a year filled with civil unrest and the deepest political divisions in recent history, America is coming together on one issue — COVID-19 relief in the form of continued stimulus checks. A new survey…

Coronavirus Survey: Nearly 3 In 4 Americans Think President Trump Should Wear Protective Mask

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Apr 07, 2020 … New poll also shows that almost three in four adults either have a mask now or plan on securing one. Three in ten respondents now believe they’ve been exposed to the virus, up from 21% two weeks ago. One in five adults admit they are “very afraid” to visit a grocery store during the outbreak.…

Election Day: Voters in states backing presidential candidate who loses face greater depression risk

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Nov 03, 2020 … SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — No matter who wins or loses on Election Day, half of the United States won’t be pleased with the outcome. For the states backing the losing candidate, the fallout may be even worse. A study finds voters who back the nominee who ultimately loses the race to the White House experience…

Survey: 7 In 10 Americans More Anxious, Say Racial Divide Worsening In Wake Of George Floyd Death

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Jun 02, 2020 … BALTIMORE — We’re less than halfway through the year, and one thing is becoming disturbingly clear: 2020 will likely go down as one of the most tumultuous years in American history. As protests over the tragic death of George Floyd continue, a survey by StudyFinds.org shows that nearly seven in ten Americans are battling another surge…

Voter fraud from beyond the grave? Researchers say dead people ‘voting’ is not likely

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Nov 11, 2020 … STANFORD, Calif. — Are people who lived decades and even centuries ago really casting ballots in 2020? The subject of voter fraud is on everyone’s mind these days, but a new study released just before the 2020 U.S. elections finds instances of dead voters being sent ballots have been exceedingly rare in the past. A…

Can disease transmission models predict the 2020 election?

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Nov 02, 2020 … EVANSTON, Ill. — No two things sum up 2020 more than the coronavirus pandemic and the U.S. presidential election. So could virus infection rates end up revealing November’s big winners? A study says if political parties are like “viruses,” then how they influence undecided voters may reveal this year’s electoral map. Researchers from Northwestern and Augusta…

Study: Many Democrats Exaggerated Mental Distress After 2016 Election

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May 17, 2019 … STANFORD, Calif. — Many registered Democrats who claimed they were suffering from mental distress after Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election may have been embellishing a bit. A new study comparing online searches to public surveys show that a significant portion of Democrats were likely over-reporting their stress or mental health issues, but doing…