Self-identified conservatives now outnumber self-identified liberals in all 50 states of the union, according to the Gallup Poll.
And more Americans nationwide are saying this year that they are conservative than have made that claim in any of the last four years, according to CNSNews.com.
In 2009, 40 percent of respondents in Gallup surveys that have interviewed more than 160,000 Americans have said that they are either “conservative” (31 percent) or “very conservative” (9 percent). That is the highest percentage in any year since 2004.
By contrast, only 21 percent have told Gallup they are liberal, including 16 percent who say they are “liberal” and 5 percent who say they are “very liberal.”
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