Historically, some citizens voted for candidates with attractive physical appearance.
Richard Conniff, a writer for New York Times, recently in the article “Facial Discrimination”
(http://conniff.blogs.nytimes.com) discussed how facial stereotypes may increase chance of candidates to win the presidential election.
Software Digital Physiognomy
allows us to compose a psychological description of any individual based on the frontal view of his face.
Let's try to use physiognomy methods in practice to determine
psychological characteristics of
the Republican candidates Mitt Romney and John McCain
and the Democratic candidates Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.