Conservatives continue to make up the largest segment of political views in the country, outnumbering liberals nearly two-to-one, according to a new poll Thursday.
The Gallup survey found that 40 percent
of Americans consider themselves conservative; 35 percent consider
themselves moderate; and 21 percent see themselves as liberal. The
figures did not change from 2010.
For the third straight year, conservatives outnumbered both moderates and liberals.
Meanwhile, independents are mostly moderate (41 percent), but skew more
toward conservatism (35 percent) than liberalism (20 percent). Read more