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GRAPHIC: Breaking Down the Republican Debate

Responses during the Republican debate in New Hampshire on June 13.(Wordle.Net)

photo of Carrie Mihalcik
June 14, 2011

Despite the Republican mantra of smaller government, "government" was one of the most-used words during the Republican presidential debate in New Hampshire on June 13.

 

The following graphics were created with the transcript of responses from the seven debate participants. Words become bigger and bolder the more they are used. The participants were: Michele Bachmann, Herman Cain, Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, Tim Pawlenty, Mitt Romney, and Rick Santorum.

 

Combined responses from all seven debate participants.

(Responses during the Republican debate in New Hampshire on June 13. Created using Wordle.Net )

 

Michele Bachmann: All About "Life" in the "United States"

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Herman Cain: Has a "People Problem"

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Newt Gingrich: Wants "People" to "Think Totally Different"

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Ron Paul: Focuses on "Money" and the "Government"

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Tim Pawlenty: It's a "United States" of "Minnesota"

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Mitt Romney: Believes "People" don't want "Obamacare"

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Rick Santorum: What the "Government" and "Country Need"

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