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Bookmarked The Republican coalition (Pew Research Center – U.S. Politics & Policy)

The Republican-aligned groups in the political typology are united by shared preferences for a smaller role for the federal government, a strong U.S. military and a rejection of the view that the country needs to do a great deal more to address racial inequities. But when it comes to several other issue areas – particularly views of economic fairness, immigration and foreign policy – there are stark differences between several groups under the GOP umbrella.

  • Faith and flag conservatives (23%)
  • Committed conservatives (15%)
  • Populist right (23%)
  • Ambivalent right (18%)
  • Stressed sideliners (15%)

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