Management style or personality can make or break a person at times, so it's important to be in a position where you'll work well with your direct supervisor and with the overall management hierarchy. Tread lightly here, but be honest. You don't want to talk yourself out of a job by potentially blasting your future manager's style, but you also want to be sure that you will be in a position to succeed if you're given the job, ideally with a management style that suits you.
Some management styles include:
"I currently have a manager who is very much a pacesetter. She is high energy and likes to motivate her team. Of all my managers, I have responded the best to her style. I seek to work for someone who is passionate about their job, their team, and achieving great successes."
"I would like to work for a manager who takes a strong coaching and mentor-based approach. Being newer to my career, it is important to me that I work under someone who has an interest in developing me, professionally. Would you say this describes the management style here?"
"I feel I do my best work when I have a supportive manager who also gives me a right amount of latitude to do my thing. When I feel supported and trusted to take care of my business, I do well. I have earned this latitude and don't take it for granted, and know it is a privilege given to me because of years of a strong track record. I seek the same sort of trust and latitude in my next opportunity."