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Political liberals are significantly more supportive than conservatives of walkable, mixed-use neighborhoods, transit-oriented development, and other aspects of the “compact city,” not just in their views about government policy toward

Political liberals are significantly more supportive than conservatives of walkable, mixed-use neighborhoods, transit-oriented development, and other aspects of the “compact city,” not just in their views about government policy toward metropolitan development but also in their consumption preferences regarding neighborhoods. I argue that social psychologists’ theory of moral intuitionism helps account for these differences.

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    Lewis, Paul G. (2015). Moral Intuitions and Smart Growth: Why Do Liberals and Conservatives View Compact Development so Differently?. JOURNAL OF URBAN AFFAIRS, 37(2), 87-108. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/juaf.12172

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