Governors by their words
I digitized the text of all 39 State of the State addresses in Minnesota’s history and analyzed the word frequency patterns in each speech. The analysis identified quirks (one governor loved to talk about kitchens) and trends — Republicans said “families” and “crime” more often, while Democrats said “people” and “tax” more often. (Pioneer Press, 04/11/2015.)
The online version has more data and examples.