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  1. TheLastMohican

    TheLastMohican Captain Obvious
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    I found this test more precise than the political compass.


    My results:
     
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  2. NaeturVindur

    NaeturVindur Cuddlemaster
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    yeah, pretty much.
     
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    IndigoSensor Product Obtained
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    AH HA! This is the test I was thinking of, but could not remember it. This test indeed is much more accurate:

    Economic score: -0.32
    Social score: -4.78
    Your score pegs you as economically centrist and socially moderately libertarian.


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  4. BlinkandThink

    BlinkandThink Community Member

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    Economic score: -4.00
    Social score: -7.48


    Your score pegs you as economically moderately leftist and socially far-leftist.


    Moderate economic leftists generally support regulation of free trade and business to assure that workers are fairly treated and prices remain stable.

    Social far-leftists generally believe that the government has no business enforcing morality on most matters, instead favoring a government that intervenes only when absolutely necessary to avoid direct harm. Many social far-leftists also look negatively on the government's past attitudes toward groups they view as persecuted, although some simply oppose government intervention on utilitarianist grounds.
     
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    iDane Regular Poster

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    Economic score: +4.9
    Social score: -5.22

    Your score pegs you as economically moderately capitalist and socially libertarian.

    Moderate capitalists usually support free trade and low taxes, but take pragmatic stances according to what they believe will be best for business and workers.

    Social libertarians generally believe that the government should not judge morality, and are generally against the illegalization of things that do not directly affect other people in a negative way. Many strong social libertarians may also be social progressives, favoring legislation to correct what they see as socially backwards governmental regulation, although some simply wish for the government to make little judgment on social matters.
     
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  6. enfp can be shy

    enfp can be shy people vs the bad people?
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    Most questions here were outdated false dilemmas, reminding me of: "Is it moral for the Master to let the Slaves starve, by letting them free?"
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    Economic score: -4.45 / Social score: -8.78 . At least I got Nelson Mandela.
    Essentially, I disagree with most of the framework of the economic questions, so my result hardly counts on that axis.
     
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  7. bamf

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    Economic score: -3.61
    Social score: -6.78

    Your score pegs you as economically moderately leftist and socially
    libertarian
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    Moderate economic leftists generally support regulation of free trade and business to assure that workers are fairly treated and prices remain stable.

    Social libertarians generally believe that the government should not judge morality, and are generally against the illegalization of things that do not directly affect other people in a negative way. Many strong social libertarians may also be social progressives, favoring legislation to correct what they see as socially backwards governmental regulation, although some simply wish for the government to make little judgment on social matters.

    (Got Nelson Mandela)
     
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  8. Billy

    Billy Contents Under Pressure
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    Economic score: +2.06
    Social score: -3.3Note your scores and Login to your Atlas Account to Save your Scores
    Your score pegs you as economically center-capitalist and socially moderately libertarian.
    Center-capitalists often support free trade and low taxes, but take pragmatic stances on economic issues, supporting what they see as the best balance between encouraging business and maintaining free trade.
    Moderate social libertarians generally favor a hands-off approach to social legislation. They may believe that the government has no right to enforce morals, but may support certain controls on individual rights to avoid crime, drug use, or similar social ills.
     
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    NeverAmI Satisclassifaction
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    Your score pegs you as economically centrist and socially moderately libertarian.


    Economic centrists generally support economic policy that they see as fit for specific situations, although they may have different views relating to taxes and regulation.


    Moderate social libertarians generally favor a hands-off approach to social legislation. They may believe that the government has no right to enforce morals, but may support certain controls on individual rights to avoid crime, drug use, or similar social ills.
     
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    Economic score: -5.81
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    Your score pegs you as economically leftist and socially moderately libertarian.
    Economic leftists mostly support strict economic controls and programs to assure that the poor are elevated to a higher position in society.
    Moderate social libertarians generally favor a hands-off approach to social legislation. They may believe that the government has no right to enforce morals, but may support certain controls on individual rights to avoid crime, drug use, or similar social ills.
     
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    Economic score: -0.13
    Social score: -4.7

    Your score pegs you as economically centrist and socially moderately libertarian.

    Economic centrists generally support economic policy that they see as fit for specific situations, although they may have different views relating to taxes and regulation.

    Moderate social libertarians generally favor a hands-off approach to social legislation. They may believe that the government has no right to enforce morals, but may support certain controls on individual rights to avoid crime, drug use, or similar social ills.
     
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  12. aeon

    aeon Ooh, a bunny!
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    Economic score: +4.13
    Social score: -9.22

    Your score pegs you as economically moderately capitalist and socially far-leftist.

    Moderate capitalists usually support free trade and low taxes, but take pragmatic stances according to what they believe will be best for business and workers.

    Social far-leftists generally believe that the government has no business enforcing morality on most matters, instead favoring a government that intervenes only when absolutely necessary to avoid direct harm. Many social far-leftists also look negatively on the government's past attitudes toward groups they view as persecuted, although some simply oppose government intervention on utilitarianist grounds.


    cheers,
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    Economic score: -2.19
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    Your score pegs you as economically center-leftist and socially moderately libertarian.
    Economic center-leftists typically support above average controls on free trade, raising or maintaining the current tax levels, but still support free trade.
    Moderate social libertarians generally favor a hands-off approach to social legislation. They may believe that the government has no right to enforce morals, but may support certain controls on individual rights to avoid crime, drug use, or similar social ills.
     
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  14. Satya

    Satya C'est la vie
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    Economic score: -0.52
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    Your score pegs you as economically centrist and socially moderately libertarian.
    Economic centrists generally support economic policy that they see as fit for specific situations, although they may have different views relating to taxes and regulation.
    Moderate social libertarians generally favor a hands-off approach to social legislation. They may believe that the government has no right to enforce morals, but may support certain controls on individual rights to avoid crime, drug use, or similar social ills.
     
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    Your score pegs you as economically center-leftist and socially moderately libertarian.

    Economic center-leftists typically support above average controls on free trade, raising or maintaining the current tax levels, but still support free trade.

    Moderate social libertarians generally favor a hands-off approach to social legislation. They may believe that the government has no right to enforce morals, but may support certain controls on individual rights to avoid crime, drug use, or similar social ills.
     
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  16. JShafer

    JShafer Regular Poster

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    Economic score: -2.84
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    Your score pegs you as economically center-leftist and socially moderately authoritarian.

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    Economic center-leftists typically support above average controls on free trade, raising or maintaining the current tax levels, but still support free trade.


    Moderate social authoritarians typically support social controls meant to encourage moral behavior and an organized society, although they may have some moderate or libertarian positions.
     
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  17. VH

    VH Variable Hybrid

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    The test proves what I've known my whole life. I'm a staunch moderate.

    Economic score: +0.55
    Social score: +0.38

    Your score pegs you as economically centrist and socially centrist.
     
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  18. Questingpoet

    Questingpoet Not Afraid to Use His Beard
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    Economic score: -0.77
    Social score: -5.22Note your scores and Login to your Atlas Account to Save your Scores

    Your score pegs you as economically centrist and socially libertarian.
    Economic centrists generally support economic policy that they see as fit for specific situations, although they may have different views relating to taxes and regulation.
    Social libertarians generally believe that the government should not judge morality, and are generally against the illegalization of things that do not directly affect other people in a negative way. Many strong social libertarians may also be social progressives, favoring legislation to correct what they see as socially backwards governmental regulation, although some simply wish for the government to make little judgment on social matters.
     
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    Economic score: -5.94
    Social score: -7.13
    Your score pegs you as economically leftist and socially far-leftist.

    Politicalcompass.org score:
    Economic Left/Right: -5.25
    Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -6.62
     
  20. NiennaLadyOfTears

    NiennaLadyOfTears Goth Hobbit Lass
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    Your score pegs you as economically centrist and socially moderately authoritarian.
    Economic centrists generally support economic policy that they see as fit for specific situations, although they may have different views relating to taxes and regulation.
    Moderate social authoritarians typically support social controls meant to encourage moral behavior and an organized society, although they may have some moderate or libertarian positions.
     
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