Wouldn't it depend on the individual, how connected to family, or peers, or organizations he was?
Lyndon Johnson once listed his political allegencies this way...
First, I am a child of God
Second, I am a free man
Third, I am a family man.
Fourth, I am an American.
Fifth, I am a Democrat.
So we all have our own influences, and of course, it varies with circumstance and events. We will be happy to comment on your thoughts.
I agree with BobPursley that it depends upon the individual.
For me, it was a combination of my own experiences plus learning about the world from college teachers that shaped my political socialization.
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