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Voice pitch can swing an election

Approximately 37% of human communication is done through Voice tone, pitch, timbre and volume. That is why we have a saying in NLP: "There is no content in content worth knowing." NLP is mainly interested in the body or unconscious communication. That is why after I have I have seen a client and I can't remember much of the content which was told to me but instead can rememebr the unconscious structure, patterns and imprints, then I know we had a succesfull session.

 Two new studies show that the tone of a candidate’s voice can influence whether he or she wins office.

“Our analyses of both real-life elections and data from experiments show that candidates with lower-pitched voices are generally more successful at the polls,” explains Casey Klofstad, associate professor of political science at the University of Miami College of Arts and Sciences, who is corresponding author on both studies.

“While these findings add to our understanding of why voters prefer leaders with lower voices, future studies are needed to test whether people with lower voices are actually stronger and more competent leaders,” Klofstad said.

So in the meantime, lower your pitch of you plan to do some public speaking and want to influence some people!


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