Your political idealogy

How would you descibe your political views?


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Iggy

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Nationalist / Moderate conservative with occassional hard line views.

At the last General Election I voted Conservative.
 

Mise

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Liberal left wing nazi.

I have no idea where I stand on the political spectrum, and no idea what label I am. Anarchy appeals to me, in that the government doesn't steal my money or my rights, and unions can become like extended families or so, and act as a counter balance to corporate power. Kinda like survival of the fittest only for large groups of like minded people. I also like punk rock, and of all the people in the young ones, I most identify with Rik. So I voted Anarchist.

(OTOH, I'm pragmatic enough to realise that the Liberal Democrats are probably the best choice in the UK at the moment.)
 

IglooDame

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rmsharpe said:
I caught the reference, but it was just too much of a golden opportunity for a zinger, I couldn't it pass up.

And a no-net three-pointer from half-court, at that. :lol: :goodjob:
 

Cilpot

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Moderate Conservative I guess. Because the party I affiliate comes out as moderate conservative.
 

bobgote

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voted Moderate Socialist, but if it was multiple choice i could have also voted Nationalist because that is also something i value highly. I am a bit of a commie too, however i think of it as more a possible end game for society rather than something i'd try to engineer or push to achieve.

I would not vote for any of the major parties in my country (and didn't).

took that test, but have no idea what it's talking about moral rules/order whatever. pretty abstract, but gave me this:

1. System: Socialism
2. Variation: Moderate Socialism
3. Ideologies: Social Democratism
4. Parties: No match.
5. Presidents: Jimmy Carter (88.95%)
6. 2004 Election Candidates: John Kerry (83.91%), Ralph Nader (82.18%), George W. Bush (57.78%)

looked pretty crappy tho. in the US elections i wouldn't vote for kerry any more than i would for bush.
 

Clito

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This is a graphical way of explaining it.
 

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Stapel

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A right leaning liberal. For the 101st time I will explain that liberals love liberty, including enterprising liberty.
Nothing as bad as governments using tax money to screw things up.
 

nonconformist

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ComradeDavo said:
Errr........that was alot of posts before I got the poll up :lol:


Yeh same here mostly. I put an option as 'Left-wing libertarian', thats what i would say you would be.

Whoops, I voted social democrat, when I'm a socialist or left libratarian.

I also support the libDems, and there's a bit of Green in me as well.
 

nonconformist

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Matches

The following items best match your score:

System: Socialism
Variation: Moderate Socialism, Moral Socialism
Ideologies: Social Democratism
Parties: No match.
Presidents: Jimmy Carter (88.95%)
2004 Election Candidates: Ralph Nader (88.95%), John Kerry (79.63%), George W. Bush (48.22%)
 

storealex

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Moderate Liberal Social Democrat, moderate green.
 

Darth_Pugwash

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ComradeDavo said:
By right-leaning liberal I was thinking of those who tend to be liberal on social policy but are more pro-capitalist thining in terms of economics.

Yeah, that sounds like me.:)

Political-compass type test:

Your scored -0.5 on the Moral Order axis and -6 on the Moral Rules axis.

Matches

The following items best match your score:

System: Liberalism
Variation: Economic Liberalism
Ideologies: Progressive NeoLiberalism
Parties: No match.
Presidents: Ronald Reagan (88.95%)
2004 Election Candidates: John Kerry (79.15%), George W. Bush (75.29%), Ralph Nader (60.66%)
 

Pointlessness

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Yay! A test!

Your Score

Your scored 0 on the Moral Order axis and -4.5 on the Moral Rules axis.

Matches

The following items best match your score:

System: Conservatism, Liberalism
Variation: Economic Conservatism, Economic Liberalism
Ideologies: Capital Republicanism, Capital Democratism
Parties: Republican Party, Democratic Party
Presidents: Gerald Ford (93.37%)
2004 Election Candidates: John Kerry (82.74%), George W. Bush (77.79%), Ralph Nader (64.03%)
Statistics

Of the 1698 people who took the test:

1.6% had the same score as you.
83.7% were above you.
12.5% were below you.
31.2% were to your right.
56.6% were to your left.
 

Iggy

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Interesting test. It looks like I am pehaps a little more to the right that I thought:
Your Score

Your scored 3.5 on the Moral Order axis and -7.5 on the Moral Rules axis.

Matches

The following items best match your score:

System: Conservatism
Variation: Economic Conservatism
Ideologies: Ultra Capitalism
Parties: No match.
Presidents: Ronald Reagan (90.62%)
2004 Election Candidates: George W. Bush (87.12%), John Kerry (62.37%), Ralph Nader (43.66%)
Statistics

Of the 1701 people who took the test:

0.2% had the same score as you.
99.2% were above you.
0% were below you. :D
10.3% were to your right.
85.8% were to your left.
 

Immortal

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I was bottom right on that moral test. Between Nixon and Ford.

BS if I do say so myself.
 

Erik Mesoy

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I was the first person to vote Religious based - Moderate/Reformer!

At home, I'd support Fremskrittspartiet (Progress Party) IF they were for progress (read techonology) and not xenophobia. As it is, I'd support Kristelig Folkeparti (Christian Common People's Party).
 

Hitro

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Hmm, there are quite a few conflicting options. I could have voted "Social Democrat", "Moderate Socialist" or Davo's self-created option. ;)

In the end I don't affiliate with anything anyway and the polls lacks a "fatalistic cynical realist" option. :p
 

Longasc

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May I add that many American posters here seem to be from my european view religious based conservatives.

From my point of view only - this shows one difficulty with the categorization, but I have chosen

Right leaning Liberal

Does anyone who knows me agree with this? :)
 
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