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Australia'He owned the situation': Body language expert gives debate to Morrison

03:55  30 april  2019
03:55  30 april  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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However, leading body language expert Michael Kelly disagreed with the sentiment of the crowd and gave the slight edge to Mr Morrison . Mr Kelly said Mr Morrison “ owned the situation ” with a strong opening and closing, with the body language expert scoring the current Prime Minister 7.5/10.

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'He owned the situation': Body language expert gives debate to Morrison© AAP Scott Morrison was more composed and confident in the debate.

After debating the economy and wages growth, taxes, climate change and asylum seekers, Mr Shorten was deemed the winner with 25 of the 48 audience votes.

Mr Morrison received 12 votes, while 11 were undecided.

However, leading body language expert Michael Kelly disagreed with the sentiment of the crowd and gave the slight edge to Mr Morrison.

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Mr Kelly said Mr Morrison “owned the situation” with a strong opening and closing, with the body language expert scoring the current Prime Minister 7.5/10.

While Mr Shorten also impressed at times, his “lifeless and scripted” debate only saw him score a 7/10.

“Morrison had a strong opening and closing and that’s what 80 per cent of people will remember. He also made it feel like he was talking to the viewer one-on-one,” he said.

“Shorten had a good close and got better as the debate went on, but his opening was lifeless. He spoke in scripted, cliché sound bites that come across as fake when cobbled together.”

'He owned the situation': Body language expert gives debate to Morrison© PR IMAGE Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison made it feel like he was talking to the viewer one-on-one (AAP Image/Seven Network) 'He owned the situation': Body language expert gives debate to Morrison© PR IMAGE Opposition Leader Bill Shorten needs to be less scripted (AAP Image/Seven Network)

Mr Kelly added Mr Morrison was measured and fluent in his delivery because he didn’t rely on notes, while Mr Shorten focused too heavily on trying to make his points fit the script.

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“Shorten had a pained grimace throughout, which indicates disapproval and a lack of comfort of being in the spotlight,” he said.

“It appears like he has a script in his head and when he struggles to make it fit, he flounders and is unable to deliver a clear statement.”

He added that Mr Morrison was not perfect, with his confidence too overzealous at times.

Pictures: Scott Morrison's campaign  during the 2019 Federal Election

'He owned the situation': Body language expert gives debate to Morrison

“Morrison sometimes needs to slow down because he shoots from the hip and has a tendency to be a bully if he doesn’t like the way things are going. This is not a good look and something he needs to improve.”

Mr Kelly said both leaders had sniping smirks at times, which wasn’t a good look for either.

“This is not state leader behaviour.”

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