The dominating theme of political commentary over the past decade has been that we are a nation divided – polarized, red vs. blue, liberal vs. conservative. But millions of American voters don’t fit neatly into liberal and conservative boxes. In their new ebook, David Boaz, David Kirby, andEmily Ekins reveal that 10 to 20 percent of Americans are fiscally conservative and socially liberal-libertarian. And over the past decade, unlike loyal Democrats and Republicans, they have been swing voters.
- The Libertarian Vote: Swing Voters, Tea Parties, and the Fiscally Conservative, Socially Liberal Center
- Libertarian Vote Ebook Shows Libertarian Growth (cato-at-liberty.org)
- The Libertarian Vote: Swing Voters, Tea Parties, and the Fiscally Conservative, Socially Liberal Center (txwclp.org)
- “The Libertarian Vote” – Now in an Ebook (cato-at-liberty.org)
- Cato Publishes New eBook on The Libertarian Vote (reason.com)