Student or Learner
Who are these "Both sets of voters "? 1 or 2?
1. voters for John ; voter for Bush
2. raters for their own personality ; raters for the personality of John Kerry and George W. Bush.
34)In one study, more than 6,000 American voters rated their
own personality and the personality of John Kerry and
George W. Bush. Both sets of voters agreed that Kerry was
far more open to new ideas and concepts than Bush, but that
Bush was more loyal and sincere than Kerry. However,
exactly the same pattern of traits emerged among voters.
Those who voted for Kerry rated themselves as more openminded
than the Bush voters, and Bush supporters saw
themselves as more trustworthy than those who voted for
Kerry. Regardless of whether the similarity is dress,
background, age, religion, food preference, opinions or
personality, we like people who , and find
them far more persuasive than others.
Both Bush voters and Kerry voters.
Everybody was asked to rate themselves and the two candidates on personality. There is not one set who rated themselves and another set who rated the candidates.