Political Spectrum Quiz

June 28th, 2009 at 5:06 am by David Farrar

My Political Views
I am a right social libertarian
Right: 6.91, Libertarian: 6.37

Political Spectrum Quiz

Just done the quiz here.

You can see results from other NZ bloggers here.

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72 Responses to “Political Spectrum Quiz”

  1. expat (4,050 comments) says:

    Authoritarian, slightly left, although am a neo-con w.r.t foreign policy.

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  2. Glutaemus Maximus (2,207 comments) says:

    Just above the line for Authoritarian. And just to the right by 20%.

    Scarily accurate. Wonder where Helen Clark would be?

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  3. expat (4,050 comments) says:

    Just to the left and above, the top left corner.

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  4. Nomestradamus (3,433 comments) says:

    Helen who?

    Could someone get David Shearer to do the test – just so we know how far to the right he is :)

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  5. Dusky (51 comments) says:

    Right: 2.16
    Authoritarian: 3.01

    I suspect the authoritarian part of me is largely from my views on crime.

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  6. Grant Michael McKenna (1,160 comments) says:

    I’ve done this kind of quiz several times and always get the same answer: basically a centrist social moderate.
    Right: 0.93, Libertarian: 0.2 according to this version.

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  7. boomtownprat (281 comments) says:

    David, your results suggest you should be an ACTOID rather than a NAT………….come on join the dark side!

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  8. scrubone (3,104 comments) says:

    I think my week just got a lot busier. :P

    Remember to email me your numbers and a link to a post of you want them added. (just in case I don’t find your post)

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  9. jcuknz (704 comments) says:

    I found the results for the 611 Kiwi’s who had done the poll when I visited, just left of centre and slightly libertarian, which is very healthy IMO. Somehow I came 6.5 towards the left and about 1.1 towards libertarian. I wonder how far one has to go to register as a communist as my wife frequently accused me of being … that was before I joined the ACT party :-)

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  10. reid (16,632 comments) says:

    Yeah, me to, Grant.

    Almost dead center.

    You are a centrist social moderate.
    Right: 0.28, Libertarian: 0.04

    No wonder we’re so often correct. You other guys should listen to us much more often. :)

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  11. reid (16,632 comments) says:

    Forget that link, it’s the default with zero’s, I thought it was mine, cause mine looked so similar when I did it….

    Really.

    Edit: This will make sense when my first comment comes out of moderation…

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  12. billyborker (1,102 comments) says:

    I am a left moderate social libertarian

    Left: 6.17, Libertarian: 1.76

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  13. big bruv (14,148 comments) says:

    You are a far-right moderate social authoritarian.
    Right: 7.93, Authoritarian: 1.28

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  14. David in Chch (523 comments) says:

    Thanks DPF for pointing us to BK’s blog. I got the link to this from there. I am, not surprisingly, slightly left (1, not as left as I thought I would be), but CLEARLY libertarian (about 6), largely from my social and cultural liberalism, I suspect.

    So I am a centrist moderate libertarian.

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  15. LUCY (359 comments) says:

    Right Social Moderate R. 3.52 Auth. 0.3

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  16. Deborah (156 comments) says:

    I don’t know whether you should be worried about this, DPF, or I should be. It turns out that I am more libertarian than you (6.55). A bit to the left of you on economics, ‘though.

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  17. toad (3,674 comments) says:

    I am a left social libertarian (surprise, surprise).

    Left: 6.89, Libertarian: 4.66

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  18. Patrick Starr (3,674 comments) says:

    Toad – Congratulations, without too much difficulty you appear to have just answered a list of questions no less loaded than; “Should a smack as part of good parental correction be a criminal offence in New Zealand?”.

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  19. Redbaiter (13,197 comments) says:

    Wake up people. This is a load of subjective nonsense dreamed up by so called Libertarians who are really just navel gazing victims of Progressivism.

    To judge that one only has to look at the number of lefties who have taken the test and now posture as some kind of fan of liberty.

    When every one of them assumes that democracy is a concept that provides them with the means to use government to hound and harass others to make them think the way do. To steal other people’s money and property by means of a majority vote.

    They may call themselves Libertarians if they want but when it comes to true liberty, they’re up there with Karl and Joe and Mao.

    1) The questions are just so ridiculously contrived as to be meaningless.

    2) They are based on faulty premises

    3) Whose to decide if a certain answer means one thing or the other in respect of liberty?

    The test is rubbish. To me, it reads like worthless crap written by some pseudo liberal lacking half a clue. Insulting.

    Libertarians are just a bunch of narcissistic Progressives with a cult following more interested in debating the meaning of “is” than driving the bastards back.

    The bastards are not being driven back. They’re as big a threat as ever. With Obama’s election in the US even more than they have ever been.

    The Libertarians, with their idiotic no difference between left and right mantra, don’t even know what direction to fire in to drive them back.

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  20. homepaddock (408 comments) says:

    Moderately right: 3.5 slightly liberal: .5 but always have problems with questions which want black and white answers when I want to say yes but . . . or no because . . . or just it depends.

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  21. F E Smith (3,307 comments) says:

    Far-right social moderate.
    Right: 7.94, Libertarian: 0.96

    And I agree with Homepaddock.

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  22. toad (3,674 comments) says:

    Patrick Starr said: Congratulations, without too much difficulty you appear to have just answered a list of questions no less loaded than; “Should a smack as part of good parental correction be a criminal offence in New Zealand?”

    Yeah, how do you answer this one: Immigration restrictions are economically protectionist. Non-citizens should be allowed to sell their labor domestically at a rate the market will pay. if you agree with the first sentence but disagree with the second.

    Same with this one: An official language should be set, and immigrants should have to learn it. Agree with the first part but disagree with the second. So had to say neutral.

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  23. reid (16,632 comments) says:

    Fuck it I can’t be arsed waiting for moderation:

    Centrist social moderate. Right: 0.28, Libertarian: 0.04

    Almost dead center in the cross-hairs.

    That’s probably why I’m correct as often as I am :)

    BTW, what did you get, RB? Do tell.

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  24. side show bob (3,660 comments) says:

    Not sure what it all means Right 5.25 Libertarian 1.24

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  25. Redbaiter (13,197 comments) says:

    “BTW, what did you get, RB? Do tell.”

    As I said above Reid, The questions are based on so many false premises they’re unanswerable, and anyway, I don’t need to subject myself to interrogation by some nappy wearing Libertarian wanker who wouldn’t know liberty if it was eating his arse off. Liberty comes from strength, not mentally whacking off.

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  26. Camryn (543 comments) says:

    You are a right social libertarian.
    Right: 7.4, Libertarian: 5.92

    But I see Red’s point. People who call themselves libertarians are often too theoretical and try to apply their philosophy as if the rest of the world also already thinks that way… when in fact many are actively promoting the opposite.

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  27. Alan Wilkinson (1,887 comments) says:

    You are a right social libertarian.
    Right: 3.48, Libertarian: 6.3

    BUT …

    Foreign Policy:
    On the left side are pacifists and anti-war activists. On the right side are those who want a strong military that intervenes around the world. You scored: -2.71

    Culture:
    Where are you in the culture war? On the liberal side, or the conservative side? This scale may apply more to the US than other countries. You scored: -6.26

    .. which implies to me that the simplistic two dimensional interpretation is invalid. Neither of those scores seem compatible with the ‘Right” score.

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  28. Chris G (106 comments) says:

    Redbaiter quit whinging and post your score you dork, everyone else has. Its just a little interesting internet quiz – lighten the fuck up.

    left 6.02 libertarian 0.55

    some odd questions in there. done one of these before and found I was more libertarian so, meh.

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  29. cha (4,078 comments) says:

    .
    Left: 3.27, Libertarian: 3.59

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  30. EverlastingFire (286 comments) says:

    Right: 2.92, Libertarian: 0.82

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  31. whalehunter (479 comments) says:

    right wing liberals… is that practical?

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  32. whalehunter (479 comments) says:

    how many lazy people are going to starve to death before u need the LAPD.

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  33. Simon J Taylor (32 comments) says:

    After answering the quiz and being very sparing on the “Strongly” answers:

    Right 1.1 Libertarian 0.59

    (the usual stuff about growth, low taxes, state hands off, anti-eugenics, etc.)

    But: Foreign policy -2.27 (it may be often be a good move to open dialogue with an enemy)

    Culture 1.51 (more a case of small “C” conservatism)

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  34. Christopher (425 comments) says:

    My Political ViewsI am a far-right social libertarianRight: 9.44, Libertarian: 4.11Political Spectrum Quiz

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  35. Christopher (425 comments) says:

    Right: 9.44
    Libertarian: 4.11

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  36. Kimble (4,443 comments) says:

    To the left and above DPF for me. But I dont think that is quite true.

    The libertarian left is probably the most deluded position. They want people to be free, but they also want the government to “look after” people. As if the government can do anything for someone without reducing the freedom of others.

    And we all know which of their “principles” gets compromised first.

    I hate it when these quizes ask questions about abortion. If there is one topic that is going to muddy the waters it is that one. I think the designers of the quiz are so wedded to their position on that topic that they cant see that no matter how left or right, libertarian or authoritarian some is, they can hold the opposite of the “logical” position for their stereotype. The left is all about “caring” for the weak (according to them) but will almost always be in favour of murdering the most vulnerable.

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  37. Lucia Maria (2,609 comments) says:

    I answered the questions with right-wing economic perspective, but, did not consider most of the economic questions to have incredible important. However, the life and moral issues, where a government has the duty to protect life and ensure moral stability put me in the authoritarian sphere. Nevermind that anyone who wants a government to legislate in favour of abortion or gay-marriage is applying their own brand of authoritarianism.

    So, in a sense, I agree with Redbaiter that the test is meaningless. But I would add “almost”. It does tend to group people, which in itself is interesting.

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  38. Shunda barunda (2,985 comments) says:

    It says I’m a left social moderate!!
    Whaaaaaaaa????
    left 3.33, Authoritarian 0.25

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  39. toad (3,674 comments) says:

    Until it comes to hitting kids Shunda?

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  40. Banana Llama (1,043 comments) says:

    Social Libertarian

    Right 1.26
    Libtarded 4.16

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  41. paradigm (452 comments) says:

    Right: 2.9, Authoritarian: -3.3
    “A center-right moderate social libertarian.”

    I agree many of the questions seem “loaded”, or include a second premise that would be best asked as a separate question. I presume that they are attempting to gauge if you will stick to a particular ideaology in extreme cases or will compromise as a means to clasify you as either moderate or strong; as the only other reasons for asking such leading questions are stupidity or a deliberate attempt to warp the results.

    To me the authoritarian axis has always been a bit of a problem, as it combines the number of non-economic regulations with the punishment for breaking them. Essentially everything not economic gets dumped there. That leads to Act, who favour few laws, regulations etc being put on the authoritarian side due to their favouring strong punishments; conversely the Greens get on the libertarian end in spite of wanting considerable regulation and social law making, as they tend to favour (minor and inconsequential) slapping with a dihydrogen monoxide saturated bus ticket as a part of good social correction.

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  42. reid (16,632 comments) says:

    “It says I’m a left social moderate!!”

    Don’t think we hadn’t noticed, Shunda. :)

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  43. Banana Llama (1,043 comments) says:

    I would agree some of the questions are very loaded, the only way i could answer was neutral.

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  44. Redbaiter (13,197 comments) says:

    “Toad – Congratulations, without too much difficulty you appear to have just answered a list of questions no less loaded than; “Should a smack as part of good parental correction be a criminal offence in New Zealand?”.”

    Brilliant Patrick.

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  45. sonic (2,818 comments) says:

    I gave up at

    “30. It does not make sense to understand the motivations of terrorists because they are self-evidently evil.”

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  46. Shunda barunda (2,985 comments) says:

    “Until it comes to hitting kids Shunda?”

    No actually, squashing Toads.

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  47. toad (3,674 comments) says:

    I’d say ‘baiter’s scared to do it because it would show him up as being substantially more right than Augusto Pinochet and just as authoritarian as Joseph Stalin.

    Come on ‘baiter – it’s just a bit of fun.

    Oh, and sonic, you really should persist too. I agree that some of the questions are strange and some are loaded and some are complex – it is not meant to be a serious academic exercise.

    Interestingly, scrubone, who has been charting those bloggers who send their results in, is the most authoritarian of anyone yet on his own chart.

    ‘baiter, you’ve got to be up to the challenge to beat that, which you no doubt easily will.

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  48. Shunda barunda (2,985 comments) says:

    ““It says I’m a left social moderate!!”

    Don’t think we hadn’t noticed, Shunda. ”

    I am suffering from political and social bi-polar syndrome.
    You can’t possibly know my pain. :)

    ps, I just turned 500 on the post count, I would like to thank my mother for having me, and the greens/labour for pissing me off so much that I had to start ranting on the internet.
    Cheers labourgreeno’s

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  49. big bruv (14,148 comments) says:

    Notice how Toad and the rest of the commies attempt to frame the debate in such a way that those of us on the right should feel compelled to defend our political leanings.

    Of course this is the norm for these control freaks, if you cannot defeat their argument or political ideals then spend as much time, money (tax payer money) and energy as you can brainwashing the public into thinking that what they believe in is evil.

    It is simply unthinkable for the left to allow anybody to hold an opinion that differs from their own, this is the driving force behind the cancer that is political correctness and the raw ideology behind hate speech legislation.

    Redbaiter has nothing to apologise for, indeed, RB is one of the most honest contributors to this blog, it matters not if you agree with his views as he does not seek to hide them, you can agree or disagree, this is how a democratic society should work.

    On the other hand you have people like Toad and Sonic who constantly lie, fudge the truth and hide the real meanings of their policy or idea’s behind some bullshit PC reasoning, the climate change con or the more recent calls for “social justice”.

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  50. toad (3,674 comments) says:

    Hey, Shunda, go easy on Greens pissing you off. On lots of issues I’m with you – you seem like a good guy I could enjoy a beer or two with. Afraid that on the issues of hitting kids and 1080 I’m not with you, and that’s where most of the debate happens between us.

    You don’t piss me off at all (unlike some who just comment with abuse with no argument) – you engage in useful debate.

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  51. Shunda barunda (2,985 comments) says:

    “and 1080 I’m not with you”

    1080 as in the poison?
    Where have we debated that before?

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  52. sonic (2,818 comments) says:

    Shorter big Bruv

    While I totally support the rights of people who agree with me to have free speech, that does not apply to the PC loving commies who should be hung from the nearest lamppost for expressing their filthy views.

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  53. jarbury (464 comments) says:

    I’ve done this twice before: one about a year ago and I got around -5/-5. Then I did it a month or so ago and got -7/-7.

    Let’s try a third time…..

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  54. Shunda barunda (2,985 comments) says:

    “should be hung from the nearest lamppost for expressing their filthy views.”

    Some times you guys scare me, but the greens scare me more :)

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  55. jarbury (464 comments) says:

    A bit less extreme:

    You are a left social libertarian.
    Left: 6.87, Libertarian: 3.87

    Almost exactly the same as “toad”. Makes sense that I vote Greens then I guess.

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  56. toad (3,674 comments) says:

    Shunda barunda said: 1080 as in the poison? Where have we debated that before?

    I was actually thinking of here Shunda. But looking back on it, both of us were actually minor players on the thread, although I, at least, followed it closely. Guess I didn’t post much becasue others had said what I wanted to say first.

    Our respective positions were clear though.

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  57. djp (59 comments) says:

    Wondering why dpf supports National who are probably smack bang in the middle :)

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  58. toad (3,674 comments) says:

    Pragmatism, djp, just as heaps of people who prefer the Greens’ policies vote Labour. Actually, heaps of Labour activists support Green policy more than Labour’s.

    But just like there are lots of people who are politically closer to Act who vote National, there are lots who are politically close to the Greens who vote Labour.

    I think this is a pity – it would be a healthier democracy if we had four parties all in the 15%-30% range. Guess it is partly that traditional and tribal thing that delivers votes to National and Labour from people who, on a policy analysis, actually prefer the policies of other parties. Oh, and also “tactical” voting from people who don’t understand MMP.

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  59. sonic (2,818 comments) says:

    DPF is far more of a right wing fundy than he lets on djp.

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  60. scrubone (3,104 comments) says:

    “Interestingly, scrubone, who has been charting those bloggers who send their results in, is the most authoritarian of anyone yet on his own chart.”

    Not something I haven’t noticed!! It’s quite embarrassing actually. :)

    Guess that’s a measure of how non-seriously I’m taking it – it’s a bit of fun people, lighten up.

    As for the question of loaded questions – my observation was that they came from both sides, that’s the nature of political questionnaires. I thought this one wasn’t too bad, as many seem to only load them one way.

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  61. scrubone (3,104 comments) says:

    Maybe I’ll nominate a position for sonic and he can correct if necessary ;)

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  62. Rex Widerstrom (5,354 comments) says:

    Goodness we’re a diverse bunch. Probably why there’s genuine debate here rather than the mutual self-abuse that tends to go on on some other sites ;-)

    I am a center-right social libertarian
    Right: 2.14, Libertarian: 6.22

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  63. ophiuchus (84 comments) says:

    I’m so centrist its not funny

    You are a centrist social moderate.
    Right: 0.08, Authoritarian: 0.14

    My views are really all over the place in my opinion, I supported both gay marriage and the death penalty

    But I’m am more neo-conservative in terms of foreign policy (1.47) and culturally liberal (-2.34) in terms of the culture war.

    It is pretty consistent with other quizzes I have taken, some say I’m more left wing others say I’m more to the right, but all say I’m slightly more libertarian.

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  64. expat (4,050 comments) says:

    Rex, speaking of circle jerking and steve pierson, lyn ‘respect my perl scripting’ et al – whatever did happen to the Labour flunkies who got new ‘jobs’ at the parliamentary library? Where they fired? where the liarbore wine theives fired?

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  65. Poliwatch (335 comments) says:

    You are a center-right moderate social libertarian.
    Right: 2.23, Libertarian: 1.92

    I think I am going to move to some place like Germany.

    Redbaiter has a point that many of these questions could be used for a NZ referendum.

    15. We must use our military from time to time to protect our supply of oil, to avoid a national crisis.
    23. Immigration restrictions are economically protectionist. Non-citizens should be allowed to sell their labor domestically at a rate the market will pay.
    26. Racial issues will never be resolved. It is human nature to prefer one’s own race.
    39. International trade agreements should require environmental protections and workers’ rights.

    These questions get center-right moderate social libertarians like Redbaiter and me quite mixed up.

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  66. Murray (8,847 comments) says:

    Right smack in the middle of the crosshairs.

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  67. Ryan Sproull (7,282 comments) says:

    “You are a left social libertarian.
    Left: 4.92, Libertarian: 6.84″

    I object to roughly half the questions. God knows what it thinks I’m saying about myself when I say marriage is cool or what I mean by a free market, but I’m pretty certain it’s wrong.

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  68. Cerium (23,683 comments) says:

    26. Racial issues will never be resolved. It is human nature to prefer one’s own race.

    This sort of thing can get anyone mixed up. Nothing will ever be resolved. We can work to improve things, but that is all.

    I have a theory on “preferring one’s own race”. I don’t now the proportions but I think there are three broad categories
    – those who “prefer their own race” or feel threatened by other races
    – those who don’t care either way
    – those who are interested, fascinated in other races

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  69. Chris G (106 comments) says:

    “center-right moderate social libertarians like Redbaiter ”

    You MUST be taking the piss.

    For starters: Redbaiter thinks National are socialists. He often hates on libertarians, particularly those within the ACT party. Clearly he is not center anything or moderate anything.
    Obviously he sat the test and discovered he’s so top right that no party is fit for him.

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  70. Crusader (321 comments) says:

    My score….

    You are a center-right social libertarian.
    Right: 2.8, Libertarian: 4.47

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  71. Poliwatch (335 comments) says:

    Chris G – I have just traveled back to this thread.

    OF COURSE I WAS TAKING THE PISS!!

    Redbaiter is so far right that he has his own lexicon. Mind you so does sonic et al

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