The JWs are very similar to the religious side of conservativism. Anti-gay, anti-abortion, etc.
Yet not like conservatives in other ways. Conservatives tend to be gung-ho towards patriotism. My country, right or wrong. But the JWs aren't into that. No pledge of allegiance, no standing for the National Anthem, no flags, etc. Not that liberals are anti-country. But they can see it's not black and white, but gray. Yet JWs are gung-ho patriotic towards their own religion. My religion, right or wrong. Either you're all for it 100% or you're against us. The sort of nonsense mentality the pervades the right.
JWs also have a general disdain for other religions. The ones conservative politicians pander to.
I really don't think they're into the pro-big-business stances conservatives are and tax cuts for the richest among us. Which is more of a liberal position. They're supposedly fine to pay Ceasar's things to Caesar.
And they definitely support freedom of speech - at least when it is speech their religion is speaking.
Plus culturally, I kind of see that hippy herbal healing, natural cures thing going. At least it did when I was a JW. The thoughts that god made all of the cures to our ailments. We just had to find them in nature. And that they were better than medications.
And there's definitely the anti-war stuff.
I think within their religion, they're very like conservatives. The dogma, the patriotism. But in their day-to-day lives and thoughts, they're kind of more liberal. But if they were forced to pick, they'd say conservative because of the religious aspects. Not realizing the other positions that go with it because they're out of the political loop.