Posted on January 3, 2017

Gallup: “Many more Americans have considered themselves politically conservative than liberal since the early 1990s. That remained the case in 2016, when an average of 36% of U.S. adults throughout the year identified themselves as conservative and 25% as liberal.”

Moderates were consistently the most prevalent group from 1992 to 2002, before first yielding that designation to conservatives in 2003. Within the long-term stability of conservatism, the percentage of Americans self-identifying as conservative jumped to 40% several times between 2003 and 2011, but it has since returned to 36%.”

More people in America consider themselves to be conservative than liberal or moderate, the story admits it. It also says liberals have moved further left while conservatives have remained stable.

Look at the results, the White House, Congress, governorships, state seats… across the nation have been voted away from the liberals.


Gallup: U.S. Conservatives Outnumber Liberals by Narrowing Margin

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