tennesseean article The rise of the social justice warrior in American politics has been almost impossible to quantify.
For a long time, it has been difficult to gauge just how much of the Republican base has embraced this term for what it is.
But the most recent poll from the Public Religion Research Institute found that almost two-thirds of Republicans now favor the use of the term.
The numbers are similar for Democrats, as well.
But while the Republican and Democratic parties are in full sync on the issue, the movement in the Democratic Party has been in flux.
For the first time in more than a decade, there is no one party that can claim a majority of the Democratic base, which has historically been dominated by women.
And while the Democratic nominee for president has been Hillary Clinton, she has never really been able to claim the “establishment” label, as Democrats have done with the party establishment.
With that in mind, I reached out to the researchers behind the new poll to find out what the “social justice warrior” has been up to, what it’s been like to be a part of the movement, and what it could mean for the future of the party.
For most of the survey’s research, I asked people to rate their own perceived influence on the presidential election on a scale from “not at all” to “very much.”
This was a little tricky, because the numbers were derived from a series of questions that included questions about how much the candidate had influence on their own life and the lives of people they know.
The questions were not specifically designed to gauge how much influence someone’s life actually has.
But it’s an interesting way to get an idea of how the “warrior” is perceived.
The question asked respondents to rate how much they felt their influence had on their lives.
“It is hard to be more important than the people around you,” said John Binder, an assistant professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago who specializes in the intersection of gender, race, and class.
“That is one of the most important things to understand about the ‘warrior.'”
A typical respondent, who answered “not much,” responded, “I am the person that has influence in your life.”
The most common responses were: I am the one who is most likely to speak up on behalf of marginalized people and make sure their issues are taken seriously; I am someone who has the most influence on other people’s issues and will make sure the issues that affect them are heard; I take on the role of a facilitator and advocate for people who do not see themselves as part of a particular group or cause.
Binder said that the majority of respondents who rated their influence as “not too much” or “not all that much” responded to these questions as part, in some way, of their own empowerment.
It’s not clear how much this means in the broader context of the political world, but it is clear that these respondents were very vocal about how important their influence is.
A more recent survey from the Pew Research Center found that among those surveyed, almost half of them reported that they have a lot of influence over how people feel about them.
The majority of them (53 percent) said they have “a lot of impact” on how people think about them or their issues, according to the survey.
This is not necessarily a new phenomenon, as it is true that the more people feel empowered by a candidate or issue, then the more likely they are to be perceived as having an influence.
But for the first survey to include these responses, the survey also asked respondents whether they thought that they were the most influential person in the world.
More than a third of respondents (35 percent) responded that they felt they were.
But Binder noted that there were some important caveats to this number.
Most notably, the sample of respondents was representative of all Americans.
This means that the “people who feel most powerful” may not necessarily be the people who are actually influential in the United States.
And, as Binder pointed out, the person with the most power may not always be the person who feels most empowered.
The survey also included an implicit question about how influential people are in the minds of others.
As Binder put it, this was “not about how powerful you are or how powerful your voice is, but whether your influence matters to the world.”
And the answer, he said, was clear.
“The more people think of themselves as being influential, the more influential others are going to be.”
The number of people who felt that they had influence was the same for both the Democrats and Republicans.
But that doesn’t mean that the party has moved in a clear direction on the term, or that the movement has gone mainstream.
For one thing, there are still significant divisions between Republicans and Democrats over the issue.
For another, it’s unclear if the movement is even going to evolve, or if it’s just a trend.