I speak with a (General) American accent. Native non-American English speakers sometimes tell me that "you pronounce every single syllable in every word." I've also stumbled upon very similar comments on AmE on the internet too often for this to be an idiosyncracy of mine.
This got me thinking: could this feature of American English have arisen out of the sheer vast multiculturalism in the US that the country has enjoyed pretty much from the start of its existence (since everyone who is American and whose mother tongue is not English "would want" to hear every syllable of what's being said).
I don't even know what to google to get an answer. It seems like something a linguist can answer.