What Your Vote Says About You: So you think you’re a conservative? Or a liberal? New research shows that you may not know how you fall on the political spectrum after all, and you may be especially confused when you vote. Host Frank Stasio talks with James Stimson, a professor of political science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, about what your vote says about your real political leanings.
This is the second story (after Blakwater and before Depression)
Update: So far, he is saying what I was saying for a couple of years now – there is a huge proportion of Americans who self-identify as conservative yet are entirely liberal (self-professed liberals are mainly correct). Those people go for the symbols, not policies – whichever party controls the symbols, the language and the conversation, wins these people who are the ulitimate swing voters. The term “conservative” is more popular and that is why Republicans are winning no matter how liberal Americans are.