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« Reply #1025 on: May 27, 2012, 10:26:13 pm »
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Scott's quiz was very odd indeed.

But for the record:

Anarcho-Capitalism   75%
Minarchism/Libertarianism 71%
Trotskyist   54%
Anarcho-Primitivist 54%
Anarcho-Communist    50%
Paleoconservative 50%
Fascist 50%
Christian Democrat   46%
Nazi   42%

Neoconservative 38%
Anarcho-Syndicalist   38%
Stalinist 33%
Theocracy   13%


Highlighted the ones that are unrepresentative of my views.
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« Reply #1026 on: May 27, 2012, 10:34:02 pm »
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You are a Trotskyist. 3 percent of the test participators are in the same category and 7 percent are more extremist than you.


Not really a Trotskyist, but close enough anyway.
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« Reply #1027 on: May 27, 2012, 11:13:46 pm »
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« Reply #1028 on: May 27, 2012, 11:29:01 pm »
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1. Conservative Republican(Bob Dole) (100%)       
2. Neo-Conservative(Ronald Reagan) (100%)       
3. Moderate Republican(George W. Bush) (86%)       
4. Reform(Pat Buchanan) (72%)       
5. Liberal Republican(Arnold,Gov. of CA) (58%)       
6. Moderate Democrat(Bill Clinton) (43%)       
7. Conservative Democrat(Robert Byrd) (29%)       
8. Moderate (29%)       
9. Liberal Democrat(John Kerry) (15%)       
10. Neo-Liberal(Ted Kennedy) (0%)

It's odd how they used moderates for their examples of a "Conservative Republican" & a "Liberal Democrat"...


You Scored as Neoconservative

You're a neocon, and not ashamed to say so. The furthering of democracy leads to peace, wealth and stability in the long term. There's no question that some governments are just plain evil, and that your government has a duty to stand up to them as a force for good. If you combine high scores in neoconservatism and theocracy, you are probably an extreme right-wing US Republican. Fukuyama's "The End of History" as well as the "Project for a New American Century" would be of interest to you.

Neoconservative    
   83%
Minarchism/Libertarianism    
   79%
Anarcho-Capitalism    
   75%
Paleoconservative    
   58%
Trotskyist    
   50%
Christian Democrat    
   42%
Anarcho-Syndicalist    
   33%
Fascist    
   29%
Anarcho-Communist    
   25%
Stalinist    
   21%
Anarcho-Primitivist    
   13%
Theocracy    
   8%
Nazi    
   8%

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« Reply #1029 on: May 27, 2012, 11:40:02 pm »
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I'm pretty sure the guy who made that quiz is a fascist or a Communist of some sort.
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« Reply #1030 on: May 27, 2012, 11:47:57 pm »
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This one seems inaccurate.

http://quizfarm.com/quizzes/new/Leonstein/leonsteins-political-ideologies-quiz/
You Scored as Anarcho-Communist

As an anarcho-communist, you not reject government and private property as two sides of the same coin - the coin of oppression. A free society cannot have either. Your authors count Bakunin and Marx among them.

Anarcho-Communist    
   96%
Anarcho-Syndicalist    
   96%
Stalinist    
   75%
Trotskyist    
   71%
Minarchism/Libertarianism    
   46%
Christian Democrat    
   42%
Anarcho-Primitivist    
   25%
Anarcho-Capitalism    
   17%
Nazi    
   17%
Neoconservative    
   13%
Paleoconservative    
   8%
Fascist    
   0%
Theocracy    
   0%
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« Reply #1031 on: May 28, 2012, 09:05:37 am »
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I'm pretty sure the guy who made that quiz is a fascist or a Communist of some sort.

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« Reply #1032 on: May 30, 2012, 05:32:40 pm »
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Newest political compass. Not really that libertarian.
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« Reply #1033 on: May 30, 2012, 06:04:34 pm »
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The political compass is very black and white when looking at philosophy.

Anyway, here's mine:

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« Reply #1034 on: May 30, 2012, 06:10:25 pm »
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I blame the high (relatively) social score on too many Agrees/Disagrees instead of the Strongly variants.
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« Reply #1035 on: May 31, 2012, 04:14:43 am »
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http://www.pbs.org/timetochoose/quizzes/pew.html
   
Disaffected
   Defining Values:
Distrustful of government, politicians, and business corporations. Favor creation of third major political party. Also, anti-immigrant and intolerant of homosexuality. Very unsatisfied financially.
Who They Are:
Less-educated (only 8% have a college degree) and lower-income (84% make less than $50,000). Half are between the ages of 30-49. Second only to Partisan Poor in number of single parents.

Top Priorites for the Next President:
Social Security (27%)
Education (19%)

Top Issues and Concerns in the 2000 Election:
Not having enough money for retirement (92%)
Being unable to afford health care for a sick family member (91%)
Adding prescription drug benefits to Medicare (91%)
Being unable to put a child through college (85%)
Using payroll taxes for private retirement accounts (82%)

Analysis:
The Disaffecteds feel completely estranged from both parties. This financially pressured and pessimistic group is not only dissatisfied with the ability of politicians to help improve things, but also has less faith in America in general.
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« Reply #1036 on: May 31, 2012, 04:33:14 am »
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Defining Values:

Pro-choice and supporters of civil rights, gay rights, and the environment. Critical of big business. Very low expression of religious faith. Most sympathetic of any group to the poor, African-Americans and immigrants. Highly supportive of the women's movement.

Who They Are:
Most highly-educated group (48% have a college degree). Least religious of all typology groups. One-third never married.

Top Priorites for the Next President:
Education (36%)
Health Care (31%)

Top Issues and Concerns in the 2000 Election:
Adding prescription drug benefits to be part of Medicare (98%)
Being unable to afford health care for a sick family member (86%)
Not having enough money for retirement (80%)

Analysis:
Extremely tolerant on social issues. Champion individual rights and a range of liberal causes. Despite steadfast support for Democratic candidates, many Liberal Democrats prefer to call themselves Independents. Most favor having a third major party.
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« Reply #1037 on: May 31, 2012, 05:47:27 am »
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Bolded=Accurate, Italics=Inaccurate

Defining Values:
Pro-business, pro-environment and many are pro-choice. Sympathetic toward immigrants, but not as understanding toward black Americans and the poor (because opposing reverse racism makes you "less understanding"). Somewhat critical of government. Tolerant on social issues.
Who They Are:
Well-educated (40% have a college degree), affluent (almost four-in-ten earn at least $75,000), young (70% less than age 50), and male (64%). Less religious (only 15% go to church weekly).

Top Priorites for the Next President:
Education (25%)
Health Care (19%)

Top Issues and Concerns in the 2000 Election:
Adding prescription drug benefits to Medicare (91%)
Using payroll taxes for private retirement accounts (84%)
Eliminating the Inheritance Tax (79%)

Analysis:
Affluent and less religious, this group is basically non-partisan with a slight lean toward the Republican Party. New Prosperity Independents are highly satisfied with the things that are going in the country. A majority approves of Bill Clinton, yet tends to be critical of government. One-third consider themselves Internet enthusiasts. Two-thirds favor having third major political party in addition to the Democrats and Republicans.
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« Reply #1038 on: May 31, 2012, 12:19:14 pm »
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Defining Values:
Nationalistic and anti-big business. Disenchanted with government. Think the government should do even more to help the poor. Very religious. Support civil rights and the women's movement.
Who They Are:
Have very low incomes (39% make under $20,000), and nearly two-thirds (63%) are female. Thirty-six percent are African-American and 13% are Hispanic. Not very well-educated. Largest group of single parents.

Top Priorities for the Next President:
Social Security (33%)
Education (20%)

Top Issues and Concerns in the 2000 Election:
Not being unable to afford health care for a sick family member (97%)
Adding prescription drug benefits to be part of Medicare (95%)
Not having enough money for retirement (94%)
Not being unable to put a child through college (91%)

Analysis:
Poorest of the ten groups, these voters are very religious, anti-business, and strong supporters of government efforts to help the needy. The Partisan Poor includes the largest group of African-Americans (39%).
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« Reply #1039 on: June 01, 2012, 02:04:47 am »
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ec: 2.62, soc: -4.51

fun test - a lot of it not directly related to politics but to family, religion, etc. on the theory that issues of authority in other areas are analogous to that in the political ream.  a problematic idea, but interesting nonetheless.
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« Reply #1040 on: June 02, 2012, 01:52:14 pm »
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That was funny.

You Scored as Anarcho-Communist

As an anarcho-communist, you not reject government and private property as two sides of the same coin - the coin of oppression. A free society cannot have either. Your authors count Bakunin and Marx among them.

Anarcho-Communist       88%
Paleoconservative       83%
Christian Democrat       67%
Anarcho-Primitivist       67%
Trotskyist       58%
Anarcho-Syndicalist       58%
Minarchism/Libertarianism       50%
Stalinist       46%
Neoconservative       25%
Anarcho-Capitalism       21%
Theocracy       17%
Nazi       13%
Fascist       13%

Lol at that order of results at the top. Grain of truth, of course, grain of truth...
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« Reply #1041 on: June 02, 2012, 05:05:08 pm »
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Anarcho-Communist 88%
Paleoconservative    83%

How does that even work
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« Reply #1042 on: June 03, 2012, 08:40:38 am »
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Anarcho-Communist   :79%
Christian Democrat: 75%
Anarcho-Syndicalist: 67%
Anarcho-Primitivist: 67%
Paleoconservative: 63%
Stalinist: 58%
Trotskyist: 54%
Minarchism/Libertarianism: 42%
Anarcho-Capitalism: 33%
Neoconservative: 29%
Fascist: 21%
Nazi: 17%
Theocracy   : 13%

Leonstein´s is a weird test. Anyway it´s funny seeing myself scored as a 79% Anarcho-Communist (as CNT anthem says: "ˇA las barricadas!") and I am a 75% Christian Democrat (I´m secretly in love with Angela Merkel). The funniest categories for me are "Paleoconservative" and "Anarcho-Primitivist". Well, I´m not happy scoring anything at Fascist, Nazi and Theocracy ones. Thanks God for being only a 29% Neocon.
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« Reply #1043 on: June 03, 2012, 09:32:44 am »
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You Scored as Stalinist

You're a Stalinist, which doesn't so much mean mass murder and totalitarianism as it means trying to have a strong state to lead the way out of poverty and towards a communist utopia. Strict state control of the economy is necessary to make the great leap forward into a brighter future, and all elements of society must be sure to contribute.

Stalinist    
   92%
Anarcho-Syndicalist    
   71%
Anarcho-Primitivist    
   71%
Anarcho-Communist    
   67%
Christian Democrat    
   67%
Fascist    
   67%
Trotskyist    
   58%
Anarcho-Capitalism    
   46%
Paleoconservative    
   42%
Minarchism/Libertarianism    
   38%
Nazi    
   21%
Theocracy    
   21%
Neoconservative    
   4%
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« Reply #1044 on: June 03, 2012, 01:50:37 pm »
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         Neo-Liberal(Ted Kennedy) (100%)      


         Liberal Democrat(John Kerry) (95%)      


         Moderate Democrat(Bill Clinton) (79%)      


         Liberal Republican(Arnold,Gov. of CA) (58%)      


         Moderate (53%)      


         Conservative Democrat(Robert Byrd) (37%)      


         Moderate Republican(George W. Bush) (16%)      


         Conservative Republican(Bob Dole) (11%)      


         Reform(Pat Buchanan) (11%)      


         Neo-Conservative(Ronald Reagan) (0%)   

Now I have to say Lol or something. I suppose that "neoliberal" doesn´t mean the same thing in the USA ("liberal" means "progressive" here). In this side of the Atlantic "neoliberal" means Free Trade without restrictions (Milton Friedman, etcetera). I´m not sure if there are many diferences between a "liberal democrat" like Kerry and a "neoliberal" like Kennedy. Viva Ted Kennedy, of course. Ronnie, you are not my friend.   

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« Reply #1045 on: June 10, 2012, 07:51:25 am »
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Leonstein's crappy test gave the answer that I was looking for:

You Scored as Anarcho-Syndicalist

As anarcho-syndicalist, you believe in the obvious and eternal conflict between workers and their bosses. It's obvious that the workers are producing all the value, so they should simply cut out the middle man and rule the world directly through their cooperatives. Pierre-Joseph Proudhon is an author you might want to have the look at if you haven't already.

Anarcho-Syndicalist    
   79%
Trotskyist    
   75%
Stalinist    
   75%
Anarcho-Primitivist    
   67%
Christian Democrat    
   63%
Anarcho-Communist    
   58%
Minarchism/Libertarianism    
   46%
Fascist    
   38%
Paleoconservative    
   38%
Neoconservative    
   33%
Anarcho-Capitalism    
   25%
Theocracy    
   13%
Nazi    
   8%

When I was younger I was very interested in Anarcho-syndicalism.
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« Reply #1046 on: June 10, 2012, 10:49:49 pm »
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accurate in some ways, but the overall picture it draws isn't so much

http://www.pbs.org/timetochoose/quizzes/pew.html
Populist Republican 

Defining Values:  (somewhat accurate parts bolded)
Religious, nationalistic and pro-life. Negative attitudes toward gays and elected officials.
Sympathetic toward the poor. Most think corporations have too much power and money. Tend to favor environmental protection. Roughly six-in-ten are dissatisfied with the state of the nation.

Who They Are:
Heavily female (61%) and less educated. Fully 31% are white evangelical Protestants compared to 15% overall.

Top Priorites for the Next President:
Morality (22%)
Social Security (22%)

Top Issues and Concerns in the 2000 Election:
Adding prescription drug benefits to Medicare (91%)
Being unable to afford health care for a sick family member (89%)
Having enough money for retirement (82%)
Being unable to put a child through college (82%)

Analysis:
Populist Republicans stand out for their strong religious faith and conservative views on many moral issues. They are less affluent than other GOP groups, however. Many of their social values are similar to other wings of the Republican Party, yet Populist Republicans tend to favor government efforts to help the needy.

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« Reply #1047 on: June 11, 2012, 08:24:47 am »
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Staunch Conservative

Defining Values:
Pro-business, pro-military (kinda), pro-life (kinda), anti-gay and anti-social welfare (for the most part) with a strong faith in America. Anti-environmental (not anti, but critical of over-regulation). Self-defined patriot. Distrustful of government. Little concern for the poor (that's just a blatantly ignorant statement). Unsupportive of the women's movement. (also an ignorant statement)

Who They Are:
Predominately white (93%), male (62%) and older. Married (74%). Extremely satisfied financially (54% make at least ,000). Fifty-seven percent are white Protestants.

Top Priorities for the Next President:
Morality (27%)
Taxes (21%)

Top Issues and Concerns in the 2000 Campaign:
Using payroll taxes for private retirement accounts (86%)
Eliminating the Inheritance Tax (85%)
Adding prescription drug benefits to Medicare (73%)

Analysis:

As in 1994, this extremely partisan Republican group's politics are driven by a belief in the free enterprise system and social values that reflect a conservative agenda. Dissatisfied with the state of the nation, Staunch Conservatives pay close attention to what is going on in politics and are highly vocal.



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« Reply #1048 on: June 12, 2012, 12:06:03 am »
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Staunch Conservative

   Defining Values:
Pro-business, pro-military, pro-life, anti-gay and anti-social welfare with a strong faith in America. Anti-environmental. Self-defined patriot. Distrustful of government. Little concern for the poor. Unsupportive of the women's movement.
Who They Are:
Predominately white (93%), male (62%) and older. Married (74%). Extremely satisfied financially (54% make at least ,000). Fifty-seven percent are white Protestants.

Top Priorities for the Next President:
Morality (27%)
Taxes (21%)

Top Issues and Concerns in the 2000 Campaign:
Using payroll taxes for private retirement accounts (86%)
Eliminating the Inheritance Tax (85%)
Adding prescription drug benefits to Medicare (73%)

Analysis:
As in 1994, this extremely partisan Republican group's politics are driven by a belief in the free enterprise system and social values that reflect a conservative agenda. Dissatisfied with the state of the nation, Staunch Conservatives pay close attention to what is going on in politics and are highly vocal.



Not a very good quiz. I should say that I went back and changed about three questions and I went from "Staunch Conservative" to "Strong Liberal."
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« Reply #1049 on: June 12, 2012, 12:27:31 am »
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you are a Liberal Democrat
   Defining Values:
Pro-choice and supporters of civil rights, gay rights, and the environment. Critical of big business. Very low expression of religious faith. Most sympathetic of any group to the poor, African-Americans and immigrants. Highly supportive of the women's movement.

Who They Are:
Most highly-educated group (48% have a college degree). Least religious of all typology groups. One-third never married.

Top Priorites for the Next President:
Education (36%)
Health Care (31%)

Top Issues and Concerns in the 2000 Election:
Addiong prescription drug benefits to be part of Medicare (98%)
Being unable to afford health care for a sick family member (86%)
Not having enough money for retirement (80%)

Analysis:
Extremely tolerant on social issues. Champion individual rights and a range of liberal causes. Despite steadfast support for Democratic candidates, many Liberal Democrats prefer to call themselves Independents. Most favor having a third major party.
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