He is not advocating for centrism, or rooting for a tie at a soccer match.
centrism is alive and well in the think tank Third Way, whose advice on health care and the economy has swayed the White House.
Then came accusations of centrism—now a dirty word in a party with an energized left flank.
Reports of the death of centrism in the Democratic Party have been greatly exaggerated.
If Hillary represents the restoration, she would be bringing back what was once regarded as a brand of Democratic centrism.
Although few would have predicted it in 1992, Hillary has become the preeminent symbol of Democratic centrism.
With a Hillary Clinton candidacy more likely than not, centrism and triagulation will be the order of the day.
The plain fact of the matter is centrism works nowhere in America.
1872, from French centriste, from centre (see center (n.)). Originally in English with reference to French politics; general application to other political situations is from 1890.
Where M. St. Hilaire is seen to most advantage, however, is when quietly nursing one of that weak-kneed congregation who sit in the middle of the House, and call themselves "Centrists." A French Centrist is--exceptis eoccipiendis--a man who has never been able to make up his mind, nor is likely to. ["Men of the Third Republic," London, 1873]