The Democratic Party, originally the Democratic-Republicans, started in 1791. Making the Democratic party the oldest of them all. People in this audience love the Democratic Party! Their political stance may be left-leaning and they emphasize things such as welfare programs and social and economic equality. People in this audience may also be part of the DNC and may be interested in reading about past presidents, such as Franklin D. Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy, or Barack Obama.
The odds of the libertarian party winning an election is surprisingly low. However, if they are able to acquire 5 percent of the vote, they can get federal funding. People in this audience love the Libertarian Party! They emphasize classical liberalism, which promotes things such as the end of the welfare system, a free market economy, and civil liberties. This audience may follow politicians like Gary Johnson or Bob Barr.
Minor parties that receive five percent of the popular vote are able to get public funding for their campaigns. So, don't go thinking it's useless to vote for them! People in this audience are interested in following a third party, outside of the Democratic and Republican Parties. They may not be interested in the two-party system, and instead, may be searching to join a smaller political party, such as the Green Party or Libertarian Party.
The Republican party never forgets sort of like an...People in this audience have political stances that align with the conservative goals of the GOP. This audience promotes things such as free market capitalism, deregulation, and a strong military. They may be interested in past presidents like Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, and George W. Bush.