Figures display selected information of party positions based on the average party supporters on the main dimensions of conflict. Parties are represented by a dot whose size indicates the relative proportion of party supporters in the sample. Larger dots represent relatively larger parties in terms of their support. Figures also show the average positions of left, center, and right ideological self-placements, which are tied by a dotted line that represents the inclination of the left-right axis. Except in very few cases, independent or nonpartisan voters are not displayed in the figures or the tables. Such "voters" have moderate positions on any dimension, and I decided to simply omit them from the analysis and focus on partisan constituencies, which in some cases have moderate positions too and in some cases define the main poles of conflict in society. In Chapters 4 and 5, respectively, I also plotted the average placement of selected socioeconomic groups in Latin America and advanced industrial societies. The aim is to show how education, income, and occupation are related to general positions on the economic left-right axis and the respective dimensions of political conflict.