Socially conservative and fiscally liberal political parties

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Most socially conservative and fiscally liberal political parties identify with a political ideology known as Christian Democracy.[1] In the United States, two Christian Democratic political parties are the American Solidarity Party (ASP) and the Christian Democratic Union-USA (CDU-USA).[2]

Some national conservatives take more left-of-center positions on economic issues, favoring more government intervention in the economy, but while at the same time taking strong socially conservative and nationalist positions.[3]


  1. Wankel, Charles (2009). Encyclopedia of Business in Today's World (in English). SAGE Publications. ISBN 9781412964272. Retrieved on 31 July 2017. “The basic tenets of Christian Democracy call for applying Christian principles to public policy; Christian Democratic parties tend to be socially conservative but otherwise left of center with respect to economic and labor issues, civil rights, and foreign policy.” 
  2. Padusniak, Chase (Winter 2015), "Why You Should Vote Third Party" (in English), Intercollegiate Review (Intercollegiate Studies Institute),, retrieved 21 July 2017, "For the socially-conservative American who thinks government intervention has some place in the economy, the American Solidarity Party might fit." 
  3. Mandal, U.C. (2007). Dictionary Of Public Administration. Sarup & Sons. Page 306. ISBN 978-8-1762-5784-8.