The Washington Monthly

Some interesting data (and charts) about Democrat/Republican identification vs. liberal/conservative identification. It turns out that there are still more Democrats than Republicans (even after the Southern Democrats left), yet there are many more conservatives and independents than liberals. Also, liberal/conservative identification seems to be much more stable than party affiliation. Maybe the definitions of conservative and liberal change with the times in order to keep these numbers more or less constant...


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