Under the two big tents that are the Democratic and Republican parties are a number of different types of partisans. A major poll from the Washington Post and the Kaiser Family Foundation segments people who affiliate with a political party into distinct groups based on their differing values, views on politics and policies.
The analysis identifies four groups of Democrats and five Republican groups. Read on for a full rundown of the key differences within the groups and see where you might fit. . . .
Peyton Craighill, Washington Post
The many faces of the Republican Party: http://j.mp/Qj6UHW
The many faces of the Democratic Party: http://j.mp/Qj6Xni