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Analyzing the Presidential Debate: What the Candidates' Voices Said That They Didn't

Co-written by Erik Feingold, chief innovation officer of Sharecare The presidential election is only two months away and the race continues to heat up. More than 80 million people watched Monday night's debate, more than any debate in television history. While there has been significant analysis of what both candidates said, what it meant, and how accurate it was, there has been little discussion of the way they said it.
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