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Tuesday, May 10, 2005
Pew Research Center Political Typology
This is an interesting questionnaire which only takes a few minutes. It divides the American public into nine distinct groups, each with their own unique outlook on politics and the issues of the day.

Not surprisingly, I came out a Liberal. According to the Pew definition; "Liberals: Affluent and highly secular. Like Enterprisers, liberals are ideologically consistent –- they take the liberal stance on social issues, foreign policy and the role of government. Nearly four-in-10 cite the Internet as their main source of news.

Ummm - yeah, I resemble that remark.

Liberals represent 17 percent of the American public, and 19 percent of registered voters.

The nine typology groups as defined by Pew are:

Social Conservatives
Pro-Government Conservatives
Conservative Democrats
Disadvantaged Democrats

Read the report - it's really interesting.
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