You can see it in business. Studies have shown that companies with simpler names trade better on the stock market than those with more complex ones, even when stripped of all other variables. You can see it in politics, too. At the University of Melbourne, participants were asked to vote for a candidate, knowing only their name and a few of their political positions. The results showed that 40 percent of these fictional politicians' likability came down to how easy it was to pronounce their names.
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Spoiler: It's not just an Aussie thing.
Yep, that's why "Bob" from accounting is doing so much better than you. Keep telling yourself that.