A Closer Look at “Values Voters”

ABC News: The Numbers
October 19, 2007
The phrase "values voters" reflects political branding that we should approach with caution. All voters have values. For some those values are expressed as opposition to abortion, marriage equality and stem-cell research. Others values are expressed as support for those same things. For yet others, "values" means hunger, homelessness, poverty or a host of other concerns. No one type of voter possesses "values" to the exclusion of others. [Link]