political sympathies


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Noun1.political sympathies - the opinion you hold with respect to political questions
opinion, persuasion, sentiment, thought, view - a personal belief or judgment that is not founded on proof or certainty; "my opinion differs from yours"; "I am not of your persuasion"; "what are your thoughts on Haiti?"
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In noveldom woman still sets the moral standard, and to her the males, who are in full revolt against the acceptance of the infatuation of a pair of lovers as the highest manifestation of the social instinct, and against the restriction of the affections within the narrow circle of blood relationship, and of the political sympathies within frontiers, are to her what she calls heartless brutes.
His political sympathies for Brexit are therefore unlikely to lead him to prioritize a trade agreement with the U.
Europe--namely its art, film, and literature of the 1960s and '70s--is a major lodestar for Lapthisophon (who came of age in the early '70s), and his work can be understood as holding open a portal to that era, in its aesthetics and poetics as well as its intellectual and political sympathies with the New Left.
Rather than vote for a political party that meets most of his political sympathies he's set up a political party who's only policy is to abolish the Welsh Assembly.
It has been obvious to me for some time that Alan Titchmarsh's political sympathies lie with the Conservatives and we stopped watching his programme.
Europewide perspectives on (surprisingly uniform) interwar rail policy responses and differing political sympathies for the plight of small shopkeepers are also evident.
Its aim is to supplement geographic and demographic targeting by building profiles of individuals' political sympathies and attitudes and micro-focusing a party's campaign communications accordingly.
But insofar as they focus on the (objectionable) political sympathies and impact of writers, whether literary authors like Sade and Montherlant or fellow philosophers like Merleau-Ponty, they also form a tacit literary ethics comparable to Sartre's "What is Literature?
Palestine is more than a flag and an anthem, and Palestinians are united by more than their factional affiliation, political sympathies or their detestation of the Israeli soldier and the military checkpoint.
Now that he is manager of Sunderland, the Italian is insisting that he holds no such political sympathies.
A reflexive account of the political sympathies and projects of these anonymous informants--only a shadow presence in his book would have been helpful, to address the frequent allegation that anthropologists of war all too readily become captivated by their informants' interests.
This is done empirically by comparing "clean" regression models with models including interaction terms, where awareness of PISA is dependent upon news consumption and political sympathies.