a survey of public opinion
People who hold liberal views on economic matters and conservative ones on social matters. They prefer a strong government that will reduce economic inequality, regulate businesses, and impose stricter social and criminal sanctions. The name and views have their origins in an agriculturally based social movement and party of the 1880s and 1890s that sought to curb power of influential economic interests
liberals on both economic policy and personal conduct. They want the gov't to reduce economic inequality, regulate business, tax the rich heavily, cure economic causes of crime, allow abortions, protect the rights of the accused, and guarantee the broadest possible freedoms of speech and press.
The moral teachings of religious institutions on religious, social, and economic issues.
A phrase used to describe people, whatever their economic status, who uphold traditional values, especially against the counterculture of the 1960s