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Center-right politics are a set of opinions about politics that usually but not always agree with right-wing politics and when it doesn't is still normally more right-wing than people who support left-wing politics are. Right-centrists can be libertarians, Rockefeller Republicans, Red Tories or conservatives who are pro-life but are left-wing on money, though with the last one people described as right-centrists tend to be the other way around.