The political landscape in America is incredibly diverse and divided, as showcased by the Pew Research Center's political typology. This research, conducted through a comprehensive quiz, categorizes Americans into nine distinct political typology groups, each representing a unique set of beliefs and values. The division is far more complicated than a split between Republicans and Democrats, according to the Pew Research Center.
Among the conservative groups, the Core Conservatives and Country First Conservatives stand out as two distinctly different factions. The Core Conservatives are considered the most traditional group of Republicans, while the Country First Conservatives prioritize the well-being of the country above all else. Both groups have their own set of beliefs and priorities.
On the other side of the spectrum, the Core Democrats and Solid Liberals represent the core of the Democratic party. While both groups share a commitment to social justice and progressive values, they differ in their approach to various issues. Social and moral issues are particularly divisive among these groups.