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Poll Watch: Ideological Underpinnings

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Republicans pondering their fate and future have noted that while there was a partisan shift in voter turnout this year, there wasn't an ideological one: Conservatives still outnumber liberals by 50 percent. It's true ? but the comfort may be, let's say, a cool one.

Thirty-four percent of voters in the national exit poll identified themselves as conservatives and 22 percent as liberals, with the plurality, 44 percent, as moderates. That makes this more a center-right than a center-left country ? a reason Democrats, even with all the advantages they can muster, don't win presidential elections by double-digits.

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