To get a quick visual representation of what President Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney said in accepting their parties’ nominations this week and last, we plugged the full text of their speeches into Wordle. We used a transcript of Romney’s remarks and the text of Obama’s speech as prepared for delivery.
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Remember, the size of the word in the cloud is proportional to the number of times it appeared in the text. Not illustrated below is Obama's frequent use of the word "you," which appeared 86 times in his speech as he sought to connect with voters and demonstrate that he understands their concerns.
Here’s what the speeches look like. Click on the word clouds for larger versions.
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