On the conservative side, there is the vast majority of politicians who are the typical neoliberal fanatics believing in “wisdom of markets” and obsessed with wiping out the last sad remains of the welfare state. And there seems to be a nascent tiny faction that has started to wonder whether neoliberalism (aka fluidity or globalization) is as great as we are constantly told there is.
On the liberal (progressive, lefty, Social Democrat, etc) side, the split is between the rah-rah admirers of neoliberalism (think Hillary or Obama) and the folks who refuse to believe that the last 50 years happened at all (think Bernie or AOC). They don’t consciously support liquid capital but their refusal to acknowledge that it exists, as well as their insistence on acting as if we were still in the solid state of capitalism, make them useless in the fight against neoliberalism.
This is the real political split right now. Everything else is empty and distracting verbiage. I’m an idealist, so I always hope that the Left will wake up and go back to its roots of opposing the excesses of capitalism. In order to do that, it will first have to notice that the capitalism today is not that of 1969. This isn’t happening right now but maybe one day it will.