Analysis reveals Obama chose words carefullyBy ANI
Wednesday, January 26, 2011
WASHINGTON - Delivering his annual State of the Union address, US President Barack Obama on Tuesday chose his words carefully, repeating those that bolstered his key points, and furthered his unifying and optimistic themes, analysts have said.
Obama hammered home his message Tuesday night, saying the word “jobs” 25 times and “work” 21 times, a POLITICO analysis of his prepared remarks said.
He mentioned the word deficit nine times, which was the same number of times he spoke of “innovation.”
The most used pronoun was “we” (185 times) with “our” closely behind (119).
Other interesting words and the number of times they appeared in the advance text of the president’s speech are after the jump. (ANI)