Why did the framers of the constitution prefer loose interpretation?
The framers of the Constitution understood that one document could not address every issue. They new they had to create a document that would be useful for centuries.
A strict interpretation of the Constitution states that the government of the United States holds only those powers specifically granted to it by the Constitution. A loose interpretation of the Constitution posits that the government of the United States hold all powers that are not specifically denied to it by the Constitution.
What party believed in a loose interpretation of the constitution and strong ties with great Britain?
Regardless of their view on the U.S. Constitution, officials have to follow the Constitution because it is the supreme law of the land. However, there is a strict and loose interpretation of the Constitution, and modern politics is related to the loose interpretation making it seem like they don't follow it.
It's your interpretation of the constitution. The philosophy that allows narrow constitutional interpretation is called strict construction and the philosophy of broad constitutional interpretation is called loose construction. Thomas Jefferson and James Madison favored the strict constructions, and Alexander Hamilton favored the loose construction.