I'm somewhere between libertarian and social democrat, but typically identify as 'progressive' because whatever. I believe in simple government with decentralization, but not at the detriment of the basic social safety net and funding of education and public health. Similarly, I support Medicare for All (single-payer insurance) but not socialized medicine (state-owned hospitals, etc). I find myself on the right and left on different issues, but typically left of center.
To be more accurate, I honestly don't relate to any modern political perspective 100%, but I'm aligned to the progressive camp around 80%. I would likely feel more at home with Bull Moose progressivism. (Teddy Roosevelt) I had the unique experience of being a Millennial raised by a grandma - and no, not a Boomer, a Silent Gen'er. When you're an older sibling and your parent is in their 70s / 80s, you learn to read, self-teach, and adopt a man-of-the-house role at a young age to some extent as well. One is also heavily influenced by their parent's ethics of course, and in my case, I got the ethics of the era of the Great Depression and World War II, a period when citizens had a stronger sense of responsibility to their community than they do today. They were also sticklers for striving for high ideals and setting the bar really high. It's frustrating for me politically and sometimes socially, but it took me some number of years to realize just what a unique childhood I had, and probably a real blessing as well, not that I'm that religious. If I had been with my parents all that time, I would have grown up on the oil fields and been a very different person, likely a metalhead same as them. (no disrespect to metalheads, rock on)