One more bit from our post-election Zogby poll: We asked voters if they considered themselves "fiscally conservative and socially liberal." A whopping 59 percent said they did. When we added to the question "also known as libertarian," 44 percent still claimed that description.
The Reason Foundation's Adrian Moore speculates (over e-mail) A commenter named Bill speculates that the terrible public image of the LP is the reason for that gap. Anyone have a better theory?
UPDATE: I originally misattributed the source of this wisdom. Who actually suggested it? Or as Camper Van Beethoven would phrase it, "Where the hell is Bill?"