# Stabilization of multiple bonds through inductive effects

In the conversion of m-chloroanisole to m-anisidine using $$\ce{NaNH2}$$ and liquid $$\ce{NH3}$$, apparently the reason the $$\ce{NH2-}$$ goes for the meta- position instead of the para position is that, in the reaction mechanism for the conversion to m-anisidine, the benzyne intermediate involved has the triple bond closer to the $$\ce{-OCH3}$$ group than in the reaction to the para product, thus stabilizing the intermediate due to the stronger inductive effects of $$\ce{-OCH3}$$.

I know the triple bond in benzyne isn't exactly your typical triple bond, but is there always some(if negligible) stabilization of all multiple bonds through electron-withdrawing inductive effects?