n. A white, moderately affluent, suburban professional who is politically liberal.
Other Forms
I’d like to call readers’ attention to the recent Wall Street Journal column of one Mark Steyn, inventor of the phrase "bike-path leftist." It’s not easy to invent a good pithy phrase: Weybridge writer Bo Knepp deserves more recognition than he ever got for his invention of the word Volvoid, a neologism which requires no translation or interpretation.
—“The Bike-Path Left,” Addison County GOP, March 01, 2004
Rockwell's Vermont still exists, but recent events have shown another side of the state — a Vermont that can seem so progressive and Volvoid that National Review calls it "the American Sweden."
—Ted Widmer, “Vermont Life,” The New York Times, February 15, 2004
1999 (earliest)
The article about a turbine windmill in Charlotte points out, again, the pathetic state of hypocrisy that is Vermont.

The papers report with regularity the battles that ensue, usually in Volvoid ghettos like Waitsfield, when someone does anything that reflects a little industry, thought, or creativity.
—James R. Hogue, letter to the editor, The Burlington Free Press (Burlington, VT), November 23, 1999
There's a different adjectival sense of this word that means "of or relating to Volvos or Volvo drivers" or, as a noun, "a Volvo driver." This sense dates to about 1988.