Given all the recent changes on the Wisconsin Supreme Court, SCOWstats has run a new Linguistic Inquiry Word Count software analysis of their opinions, including those from most of the new justices. It scores opinions on things like analytical thinking, speaking with clout, and so forth. One interesting finding: Chief Justice Ziegler uses emotional words–negative and positive–far more frequently than other justices. Read more here.
A new linguistic analysis of SCOW’s opinions
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