common touch

noun
the ability to communicate with, appeal to, or inspire ordinary people.

Origin:
1940–45

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Example sentences
He is a gifted campaigner, by all accounts, with more of a common touch than
  either of his main rivals.
His charisma and common touch contrast with the arrogant distance of many of
  his predecessors.
He also had a common touch that allowed him to connect with employees at all
  levels.
We started with a dedicated group of persons who were concerned, who had the
  common touch.
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