Five-Axis Political Beliefs Assessment


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Post Thu Dec 01, 2011 8:28 pm

Re: Five-Axis Political Beliefs Assessment

Oliver wrote:Skizzy you and I are quite close, except for the Anarchy thing (which is probably the guns/revolution thing, as you suggested).


We're pretty close too. On everything. And you didn't mention it. :(
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Post Thu Dec 01, 2011 8:49 pm

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Tyranna wrote:
Oliver wrote:Skizzy you and I are quite close, except for the Anarchy thing (which is probably the guns/revolution thing, as you suggested).

We're pretty close too. On everything. And you didn't mention it. :(

Awww, I'm sorry. I guess I expected it more with you, I wasn't surprised by it.

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39% Economic Leftist (Economic Leftist / Economic Rightist)
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3% Anarchist (Anarchist / Statist)
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54% Anti-Militarist (Anti-Militarist / Militarist)
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96% Socio-Cultural Liberal (Socio-Cultural Liberal / Socio-Cultural Conservative)
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63% Civil Libertarian (Civil Libertarian / Civil Authoritarian)
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Post Sat Dec 03, 2011 10:25 am

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Compared to all of you, I really do look like an extreme right-winger.

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Post Sun Dec 18, 2011 5:20 pm

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Holy carp, I'm really far left:
51% Economic Leftist (Economic Leftist / Economic Rightist)

85% Anarchist (Anarchist / Statist)

79% Anti-Militarist (Anti-Militarist / Militarist)

100% Socio-Cultural Liberal (Socio-Cultural Liberal / Socio-Cultural Conservative)

87% Civil Libertarian (Civil Libertarian / Civil Authoritarian)
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Post Sun Dec 18, 2011 5:34 pm

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You're out there with me! :D
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Post Sun Dec 18, 2011 7:48 pm

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Not entirely accurate, I feel. I should be more left economically and more civil libertarian. Also, what's with the colours? They should've been switched around.

No, the colors are right, if you consider Conservitives Republicans, and Liberals Democratic.
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Post Sun Dec 18, 2011 8:10 pm

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Except in the rest of the world (which I, personally, find more important, because more people live there), red means left-wing and blue means right-wing.

Also, after some brief digging in Google, it would seem that Democrats and Republicans only started using those colours when the media started using them, during the 2000 elections. They also seem to be not politically charged in any real way, but rather being two colours of the American flag assigned randomly to each party. (I figure they didn't use white because white is too neutral a colour).
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Post Sun Dec 18, 2011 8:12 pm

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Tyranna wrote:Except in the rest of the world (which I, personally, find more important, because more people live there), red means left-wing and blue means right-wing.

Also, after some brief digging in Google, it would seem that Democrats and Republicans only started using those colours when the media started using them, during the 2000 elections. They also seem to be not politically charged in any real way, but rather being two colours of the American flag assigned randomly to each party. (I figure they didn't use white because white is too neutral a colour).

Argh! I forgot the rest of the world. Good point. Of course, peace would still be blue. I feel idiotic now. :oops:
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Post Wed Dec 21, 2011 7:33 am

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I'm partway through it and I must say, some of the questions have a bit of an anarcho-capitalist or libertarian bias. They make me wish for a completely neutral option. For example:

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