A lot of people are surprised where they fall politically. I consider this an interesting experiment and somewhat educational for some. It may even spark other's interest in politics and at this point in time, I think it's important for people to get involved in their future as an American. Your way of life (and mine) depends on it.Man, The Zone has been THE place for stirring up a nice steamy crock of political BS lately!
Just for fun, I completed several of the available online quizzes like this one. I found some to be very poorly written and some to be well written but quite long and comprehensive. What I found most compelling was that my results were very close in all the quizzes taken. Although this isn't a rock solid evaluation method, it does give merit to the content...at least for positions similar to mine. One quiz is called "the world's shortest political quiz" and gave identical results to this and another very comprehensive quiz....That may have been purely coincidental, but still interesting to me.mine came out exactly like Cocoa's.
many of the options given for answers are so vague that the test isn't worth a whole lot.
but it's good for a bit of fun.
You line up on the "more personal freedom" axis with a bias towards "less economic freedom". It indicates that you're more ok with the transfer of wealth philosophy than someone in the same vertical position on the far right hand side of that quadrant. You fall within the Centerist circle indicating a balanced (or possibly inconsistent) position.I have no clue what it means
I am a Libertarian, go figure. The top of my chart says, "Left Leaning Freedom Lover". I will translate this phrase for you. The government needs to get the **** out of my life. Period.