I think, as @Christy says, it varies a lot from nation to nation. In Africa I worked with a Brit missionary who was somewhat incredulous at American conservative Christianity–was a Lib Dem or Labor supporter (depending on the issue), anti-Brexit, saying it was Christlike for Britain to stay in the EU and foot its larger share of the economic burden for the poor.
Michael F Bird, the Australian theologian, wrote in “Five Views on Biblical Inerrancy”:
“In many cases, conservative American evangelical biblical interpretation is not only parochial but also weird and whacky. Only American evangelicals use Scripture to argue against gun control, against environmental care, and against universal healthcare…Outside of America (and even inside it), Wayne Grudem’s book Politics According to the Bible: A comprehensive Resource for Understanding Modern Political Issues in the Light of Scripture" is mystifying and mortifying to global evangelicals”
I say this while acknowledging many of my own relatives are in the very camp of he speaks of; I realize that I was in that camp a while ago. I’m not saying Christ would have been liberal or conservative–very likely, he would have characteristics that neither camp would like very much! The point I wanted to make is that conservatism is certainly not a majority view among global Christians.