The only correct answer here is D. All of the others are false.
The Whigs were a party that sprang up to oppose Andrew Jackson. Since Jackson was the president of the "common man" it makes sense that the Whigs were more of a party of the elite. They drew their support from merchants and people like that in the North and the rich and slaveowners in the South. That means A is wrong.
B, C and E are related to one another. If E is true, then B and C must be true also because B and C would be part of a laissez-faire approach. This is something you should watch for on multiple choice questions -- if E is true, that makes B and C true and they can't all be the right answer.
That leaves D. The Whigs were a party that believed in government involvement in various things. They wanted the government to help improve the economy (why E is wrong) and they wanted it to help improve society as well (why D is right).