Democratic Socialism / 89.9% / Excellent Match / Green Party of the U.S.
Social Democracy / 88.5% / Excellent Match
Social Liberalism / 75.7% / Average Match / Democratic Party
Christian Democracy / 62.4% / Below Average Match
Market Liberalism / 46.8% / Poor Match / Libertarian Party
Conservatism / 35.9% / Poor Match / Republican Party
National Conservatism / 30.6% / Poor Match / Constitution Party
Crime & Society
SD 9.8; DS 9.7; ML 8.2; SL 7.2; CD 7.5; C 3.7; NC 3.1
Defense & Foreign Policy
DS 9.4; SD 8.7; ML 8.4; SL 7.0; CD 6.8; C 3.2; NC 2.3
DS 9.2; SD 8.7; SL 7.1; CD 6.1; C 3.1; ML 2.5; NC 2.0
Education & Science
SD 9.0; DS 8.9; SL 8.1; C 4.8; CD 3.4; ML 3.3; NC 1.7
Environment & Energy
DS 10.0; SD 8.8; SL 7.2; CD 7.0; C 2.9; ML 2.5; NC 2.2
Human Rights & Equality
DS 9.4; SD 9.2; SL 8.1; ML 5.7; CD 5.6; C 4.8; NC 4.2
SD 7.2; DS 7.0; C 7.2; ML 7.0; NC 6.9; SL 6.8; CD 5.2
DS 9.8; SD 9.7; SL 8.8; CD 6.7; ML 6.7; C 4.9; NC 4.2
Social Programs & Health Care
DS 9.2; SD 8.9; CD 7.8; SL 6.9; C 0.8; ML 0.0; NC 0.0
Taxes & Federal Budget
SD 8.5; SL 8.5; DS 7.0; CD 5.5; NC 4.0; C 2.5; ML 2.5
You are a Communist!
Political Label: Communist
Primary Ideology: Liberal
Party Affiliation: Democrat
You are mostly liberal in your views but with a very strong emphisis on economic fairness and equality to all citizens. You don't see governement having a big role setting moral standards but you also don't want to see a free for all, everything goes society either.
You feel more at home in the Democrat party.
People like you: Woody Harrelson, Ward Churchill, Michael Moore, Al Franken, Ruth Bader Ginsburg
-12 authority, 30 economy
Leninist. You're a socialist, but you think there is no way it will succeed with the political climate we're in. Socialism requires leadership, a vanguard who can take the bold steps necessary to ensure it works out. You don't want to resort to violence and imposition, but you won't rule it out.
Conservative/Progressive score: 8
You are a social moderate. You think the progressive movement is overall well meaning, but sometimes it goes too far. On issues like abortion and affirmative action, you see the negatives of both extremes on the issue. You probably value religion, but at the same time you think it should still stay separate from the government
Capitalist Purist/Social Capitalist score: 12
You're a Social Capitalist, you think that, left to its own, Capitalism leaves a lot of people behind. You think that Health Care should be free to all, that the minimum wage should be raised, and that the government should provide jobs to all that are capable of having them. You likely hated the Bush tax cuts, and believe that the middle class has gotten poorer, and the rich have gotten richer over the past several years. The far extreme of social capitalism is socialism.
Libertarian/Authoritarian score: 6
You're a Moderate. You think that we all have certain inalienable rights that must be protected, but that sometimes laws need to be made to protect the majority's lives or quality of lives. You might think that the 2nd amendment isn't necessary anymore because letting everyone a gun is extremely dangerous to the community. You might also be against illegal drug use or public pornography because of its possible harmful effects to society.
Pacifist/Militarist score: 1
You're a Pacifist. You are angered that the United States thinks it should dominate the world through its military force. You think that the only time war is necessary is when we are in direct danger of being attacked. You also believe the US spends way too much of its money on defense, as we can practically cut it in half and still easily defend ourselves, and use that money to fix all our economic problems.
Overall, you would most likely fit into the category of Hardcore Democrat
Republican - This includes a large bulk of modern-day American politicians, whether Republican or Democratic. This includes values of basic racial equality but not necessarily affirmative action. It's a strong rejection of racism and a strong embrace of democracy, but not into the social levelling or hyper-secularism of the democrat level.
Populist-Leaning - Many who consider society excessively loose or irresponsible fall into this ranking, supporting certain measures to enforce a somewhat more rigid code of moral standards like blue laws, dry county laws, and so forth. The typical social conservative falls here.
Communist - Whether Stalin and Mao or the Paris Commune and the Spanish Civil War, communists want to eliminate capital, eliminate profit, eliminate private property as we know it and then what follows is either a state-organized, syndicate-organized or spontaneously-organized distribution of goods based more or less on the Marxist principle from each according to ability, to each according to need. Few people press this ideology anywhere, although there are still Communists in some Western European countries and certainly many left in former Soviet countries such as Russia. They associate economic success with lack of want, and lack of inequality. Issues such as free trade, welfare and taxes are virtually irrelevant since their ideals don't include capital and markets, but they tend to vigorously support the normal planner perspectives on these issues as a transitional policy.