An independent third party is called?
An independent third party is simply called an independent party. This is typically a political party that does not affiliate with the republican or democratic side.
What is a person called who does not identify with or regularly support a particular political party?
Examples of third parties are the Constitutional Party, the Independent Party (Although this isn't really thought of as a party because when you belong to this one, you are technically not belonging to any party), America's First Party, American Patriot Party, the Modern Whig Party, the Communist Party, the Nazi Party, and the Labor Party. There are more, but these are just a few.
When you are registered to vote and you do not choose a party delegation you are considered independent. True or false?
Most third parties in the US stand no chance of winning the presidency, so they serve as a protest, a chance for people to vote for an unpopular opinion or a candidate with a narrow view.Some people vote for them just to show a disdain for the major parties. They can hope to have their ideas incorporated into a major party if they can make a good showing. Sometimes a third party or an independent…
The Libertarian Party. Actually, this aritcle and research from Ballot-access news would beg to differ... http://www.renewamerica.us/columns/kovach/060526 according to ballot-access the Constitution Party is America's 3rd largest party. America's Independent Party is the third largest based on voter registration.