http://www.gallup.com/poll/183386/social-ideology-left-catches-right.aspx?utm_source=&utm_medium=&utm_campaign=tiles
PRINCETON, N.J. -- Thirty-one percent of Americans describe their views on social issues as generally liberal, matching the percentage who identify as social conservatives for the first time in Gallup records dating back to 1999.
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...The broad trend has been toward a shrinking conservative advantage, although that was temporarily interrupted during the first two years of Barack Obama's presidency. Since then, the conservative advantage continued to diminish until it was wiped out this year...
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...Republican leaners saying their views on social issues are conservative is the lowest in Gallup's trend. The drop in Republicans' self-identified social conservatism has been accompanied by an increase in moderate identification...
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