When you have a child who has political opinions of their own, a child who has made decisions in regard to politics and who is ready to stand up for their opinions, you need to talk with that child about respecting others and their views. While you are proud of your child for making up their own mind in regard to what they believe, you want to make sure that they will be kind to others who do not feel the same way that they do.
As you are looking to teach your child to respect the political views of others, start by respecting others, yourself. Your kids look up to you and they are going to watch the way that you treat your neighbor and the way that you talk about your friend. Be respectful of those who are around you in an effort to each your child to do the same. Lead by example, so that your child will know how they should act in regard to those around them.
When you are looking to teach your child to have respect for those with beliefs different from their own, talk to them about the reasons why each individual might feel the way that they do. Help them understand all that goes into the beliefs that individuals have. The more understanding that your child has for others, the more that they will respect those individuals and treat them right. Make sure that your child knows the reasons why an individual chooses the beliefs that they do.
You want to have a child who is confident in regard to what they believe but who is also respectful of others. Always praise your child for their independence and their careful thinking, and lead them to look to others with different opinions in a way that is loving and respectful.