Rating of Democratic Elected Officials' Liberalism (June 2020)

Rating of Democratic Elected Officials' Liberalism (June 2020)

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Liberal enough37%
Too liberal6%
Not liberal enough41%
Don't know/No opinion16%

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CategoryDemocrat
Liberal enough37%
Too liberal6%
Not liberal enough41%
Don't know/No opinion16%

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CategoryLean DemocratNot very strong DemocratStrong Democrat
Liberal enough31%31%43%
Too liberal8%14%2%
Not liberal enough48%33%40%
Don't know/No opinion14%21%15%

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CategoryLiberalsModeratesConservatives
Liberal enough35%41%41%
Too liberal2%12%24%
Not liberal enough52%18%18%
Don't know/No opinion11%29%18%

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CategoryLean liberalSomewhat liberalExtremely liberal
Liberal enough38%39%30%
Too liberal6%1%0%
Not liberal enough40%48%66%
Don't know/No opinion16%12%5%

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CategoryLean conservativeSomewhat conservativeExtremely conservative
Liberal enough39%51%32%
Too liberal42%6%9%
Not liberal enough5%16%47%
Don't know/No opinion14%28%12%

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CategoryWhiteBlackHispanic
Liberal enough33%45%37%
Too liberal3%6%9%
Not liberal enough50%26%38%
Don't know/No opinion13%23%15%

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CategoryMaleFemale
Liberal enough32%40%
Too liberal10%4%
Not liberal enough44%38%
Don't know/No opinion14%18%

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CategoryUrbanSuburbanRural
Liberal enough36%39%35%
Too liberal4%8%3%
Not liberal enough39%40%49%
Don't know/No opinion21%13%13%

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Category18-2930-4445-6465+
Liberal enough24%36%37%56%
Too liberal4%8%7%3%
Not liberal enough53%43%42%20%
Don't know/No opinion19%13%14%22%

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CategoryNo HSHigh school graduateSome college2-year4-yearPost-grad
Liberal enough13%41%39%43%30%41%
Too liberal27%6%4%8%5%5%
Not liberal enough36%28%36%39%55%47%
Don't know/No opinion24%24%20%10%11%7%

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CategoryExtremely importantSomewhat importantNot very importantNot at all important
Liberal enough46%35%29%33%
Too liberal7%10%1%4%
Not liberal enough23%44%43%55%
Don't know/No opinion24%11%27%7%

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CategoryThe Bible is the actual word of God and is to be taken literally, word for word.The Bible is the word of God but not everything in it should be taken literally, word for word.The Bible is a book written by men and is not the word of God.Don't know.
Liberal enough43%43%34%19%
Too liberal14%6%2%2%
Not liberal enough20%34%57%28%
Don't know/No opinion23%17%7%51%

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