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New Jersey sides with Republicans on most political issues

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New Jersey’s political themesbeta

Pacifism vs Militarism
8

New Jersey is a centrist on Pacifism and Militarism issues. This theme is somewhat important to New Jersey.

Centralization vs Decentralization
30

New Jersey sides moderately towards “Decentralization”, meaning you believe that administrative power and decision making should be handled at the local level and serve the best interests of the local community. This theme is somewhat important to New Jersey.

Religious vs Secular
22

New Jersey sides slightly towards “Religious”, meaning you more often support policies that reflect religious values and principles. This theme is somewhat important to New Jersey.

Globalization vs Protectionism
12

New Jersey sides slightly towards “Protectionism”, meaning you more often believe globalization is detrimental to the safety, compensation, environment, and standard of living of workers. This theme is somewhat important to New Jersey.

Multiculturalism vs Assimilation
8

New Jersey is a centrist on Multiculturalism and Assimilation issues. This theme is somewhat important to New Jersey.

Small Government vs Big Government
12

New Jersey sides slightly towards “Small Government”, meaning you more often believe the government is overly bureaucratic, inefficient, and wasteful. This theme is somewhat important to New Jersey.

Isolationism vs Imperialism
10

New Jersey sides slightly towards “Isolationism”, meaning you more often believe we should focus attention on our most pressing issues at home instead of involving ourselves in non-threatening issues abroad. This theme is somewhat important to New Jersey.

Unilateralism vs Multilateralism
10

New Jersey sides slightly towards “Multilateralism”, meaning you more often believe policy decisions should be made collectively with support of everyone who may be affected by the outcome of the decision. This theme is somewhat important to New Jersey.

Laissez-faire vs Keynesian
8

New Jersey is a centrist on Laissez-faire and Keynesian issues. This theme is only less important to New Jersey.

Collectivism vs Individualism
4

New Jersey is a centrist on Collectivism and Individualism issues. This theme is somewhat important to New Jersey.

Privacy vs Security
4

New Jersey is a centrist on Privacy and Security issues. This theme is somewhat important to New Jersey.

Regulation vs Deregulation
2

New Jersey is a centrist on Regulation and Deregulation issues. This theme is somewhat important to New Jersey.

Capitalism vs Socialism
0

New Jersey is a centrist on Capitalism and Socialism issues. This theme is somewhat important to New Jersey.

Tough vs Tender
0

New Jersey is a centrist on Tough and Tender issues. This theme is somewhat important to New Jersey.

Traditional vs Progressive
2

New Jersey is a centrist on Traditional and Progressive issues. This theme is somewhat important to New Jersey.

Environmentalism vs Anthropocentrism
2

New Jersey is a centrist on Environmentalism and Anthropocentrism issues. This theme is somewhat important to New Jersey.

Populism vs Elitism
0

New Jersey is a centrist on Populism and Elitism issues. This theme is somewhat important to New Jersey.

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