This chapter discusses whether the left-right divide is still a sensible distinction in the spatial measurement of ideology. It presents main analysis by looking into the ideological party landscape from three different perspectives. The first perspective includes the comparison between the individual ideology as stated by the councillors and their assessment of their party's ideology, which may yield interesting results concerning the internal cohesion of the single parties. The second perspective tries to relate individual ideology of a councillor to his or her personal attributes. The third perspective focuses on the ideology of party families and their member parties. Finally, the chapter compares the data for second-tier councillors' assessments of their party's ideology with data from the macro level using party manifestos in order to describe the interaction between ideological setup of the parties and electoral competition within the countries.