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This entry is a deeper dive into the tribe we call “Vive La Neoliberals.”
Digital Tribe Summary: Vive La Neoliberals
“Vive La Neoliberals” is a tribe mostly made up of slightly older, predominantly male, city-dwelling folks, with center-left, pro-market political and economic leanings.
Their ages mostly range from older millennials to boomers.
They consume media originating from outlets noted for having centrist-to-liberal/progressive biases.
Please Note: The baseline used to calculate all of the statistics below is the average American online audience.
DEMOGRAPHICS — Vive La Neoliberals
This tribe’s membership is 64.77% male.
This audience skews decidedly older.
These are high income earners. The segment making at least six-figures annually exceeds the baseline by 2.20 times.
INTERESTS — Vive La Neoliberals
The prominence of interests such as Studying Business and Investing & Patents indicate that this tribe embraces the idea of a free market economy.
Over 52% of this tribe shows an interest in the Democratic party. By contrast, a smaller but not insignificant 28% are interested in the GOP.
INFLUENCERS — Vive La Neoliberals
This list consists almost entirely of journalists and political analysts. Some lean center-left, some center-right, none are extremists.
BRANDS — Vive La Neoliberals
Government branches, agencies, and departments do not merely dot this list.
The presence of the ACLU and Planned Parenthood illustrate the leftward lean within this group.
TELEVISION — Vive La Neoliberals
News programs with little-to-no political bias in their reporting are included here.
Those that are more opinion oriented occupy this list’s top spots, and fall cleanly on the left side of the middle.
WEBSITES — Vive La Neoliberals
The top websites also revolve around news and politics.
Most sites here do not have a radical political bias, and some even consciously provide a platform for diverse opinions. The scales tip to the center-left, however.
PERSONALITY TRAITS — Vive La Neoliberals
In psychology, the Big 5 personality traits describe a popularly-employed taxonomy that breaks down human personalities into five, broad, over-arching categories.
IBM Watson™ employs this model, and the five traits that give it its name — Openness, Conscientiousness, Extraversion, Agreeableness, and Neuroticism — as the umbrella categories under which numerous, more specific personality traits can be found.
This tribe averages in the 81st percentile for Intellect. As a personality trait, Intellect is characterized by a need to ponder the big questions.
Liberalism, here, describes those with a willingness challenge authority and traditional values. IBM Watson also notes that a tolerance of diversity is evident in those exhibiting this trait.
NEEDS — Vive La Neoliberals
Needs is the dimension considered when seeking to determine which aspects of a product or service will resonate with which consumers.
The IBM Watson™ Personality Insights® Needs model encompasses 12 characteristic sub-categories (challenge, closeness, curiosity, excitement, harmony, ideal, liberty, love, practicality, self-expression, stability, and structure).
The needs for Challenge, Liberty, Self-expression, and Ideal (something akin to idealism) are not surprising to see shared among those whose primary concerns are of a political and economic nature.
VALUES — Vive La Neoliberals
Values is the dimension in IBM Watson™ Personality Insights’ analysis of our data that reveals a consumer’s beliefs and motives, granting insights into why certain choices are made.
The IBM Watson™ Personality Insights® Values model encompasses five characteristic sub-categories (Conservation, Hedonism, Openness to Change, Self-enhancement, Self-transcendence)
Only one value, Self-transcendence, was over-indexed within this tribe. It describes those who put the concerns of others before their own.
As this is a positive trait, we’d resist assigning it to any political persuasion.
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