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Tips For Analyzing The Handwriting Of Politians

When you are electing a politician, you want to be sure that you are choosing someone who is going to lead the country in the right direction. However, it can be hard to tell exactly who a politician is and what he or she stands for while he or she is trying to get elected because he or she is trying to appeal to as many people as possible. You can increase your knowledge of a politician by looking at their signature. Signatures tell you a lot about the innate characteristics of a person that he or she might try to hide or downplay. Here are some tips for analyzing the handwriting of politicians,

1. Signatures That Slant to the Right

The first thing that you need to look for is a signature that slants to the right. Signatures that slant to the right could mean that a person is more likely to be impulsive. This means that the person would take action first and deal with any permission or legal consequences afterwards in order to not let an opportunity slip through his or her fingers. If you are looking for a politician that is going to make bold moves without necessarily getting bogged down in whether or not they are the correct moves, this is a handwriting trait that you should look for.

2. High or Low "T" Crosses

Another thing to look for is how high or low the cross on the letter 'T' is. If a person crosses his or her 'T' higher up on the first line, then that means that the person has more confidence in his or her own abilities and his or her own life. If a person crosses a 'T' lower down on the initial line, then he or she might have a lower level of confidence. Someone who crosses his or her 'T' right in the middle might be ambivalent about him or herself.

3. Compare the Signature to Regular Writing

Finally, be sure that you compare a politician's signature with his or her regular writing. A signature tends to be a public front that is practiced. If a person's handwriting differs significantly from his or her signature, look at the signature. If the signature is bold, then that might be a sign that a politician actually feels more timid and is trying to hide it. You can detect false personalities this way.

For more information, talk to a company that specializes in handwriting analysis, such as David Liebman.

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Since my college days, I’ve been extremely interested in politics. Before voting for a political candidate, I strive to find out as much information about him or her as I possibly can. Once I decide to support a political candidate in an upcoming political race, I do everything in my power to help get him or her elected. If you feel strongly about trying to get someone elected to a public office, you might want to consider working at a polling site and putting up signs in your neighborhood. On this blog, I hope you will discover how satisfying helping a deserving candidate win a political office can be. Enjoy!

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