Presidential Debate Scorecard

As you watch the Presidential debates, see how candidates Trump and Clinton measure up to these 6 Attributes and 6 Behaviors:

 

Read more about these 6 behaviors and 6 attributes.

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  1. Joergen Holm Christiansen says:

    Hi Mark,

    There seems to be an issue with the sound track in the first 30 seconds of the video.

    Besides that, the 6+6 are well made lists of things to look for in a person needing to fulfill leadership in an important role.
    I’m not an American citizen, and I live in Korea (southern part). So, I will not have an opportunity to cast my vote in November.

    But, I anyway have to worry about the things that are going on in the election of the most important leadership position on this planet. Because, it will impact this whole planet.

    In my opinion, The Trumpet is not showing any of the six behaviors listed. He puts up a fight and slanders his competitors, and makes it all about his way of wanting things to be. Only now and then does he have a full insight on topics being discussed. Hillary shows more resilience toward getting drawn away from the topic in order to bash the opponent. Her knowledge and wisdom is not being an issue in most discussions. She is genuinely being both gracious and humble to the extend it takes for a world leader to show this. One point that would complement the listed point would be: Integrity. Here Hillary also scores far better than The Trumpet…

    Considering the 6 points listed on the attributes list, none of them are near to be labels of The Trumpet’s impression on me. For trust and confidence, Hillary also lacks a bit in my opinion, but nevertheless, she scores above average on the rest of the points.

    If I could vote, I would vote for Hillary. If I could choose, I would choose Obama…