Take yours and bring the mark up to the exact same place in the blue quadrant and that's where I came out. Some of the questions were skewed, I think. And even tho' I'll be turning fifty next year I'm still not sure about national and global economic questions. Don't know exactly what I believe in that regard.
Gosh, BB, that looks almost exactly like my profile. Hmmm...
Economic Left/Right: 5.75Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: 2.62Not sure what this really says about me, but interesting.
Dear BabyBlue,I would disagree with your finding this a "lonely quadrant", my score came up within points of your. Economic Left/Right 2.00 and Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -1.5
I'm in here, too. At least the first time I took it. I got 3.00/-0.15. I wanted to review some of the earlier questions, so took it a second time and got 2.00/0.62.I, too, felt some of the questions were not worded percisely enough and felt torn between agree and disagree. Like no doubt SOME multi-companies are abusing the environment, but just as certainly, not all are. So what should I put? agree or disagree? What a dilemma!
I think it's interesting that the reasserters are clustered. Also that none of us seem to be extremists.I suspected the latter, but am bemused by the former.
I share your quadrant, too, bb. 4.25 and -0.77 I thought a number of the questions were clearly skewed and were difficult to answer with clarity. But I tried to figure out the intent of the question and place myself accordingly. Anglican "dialoguing" gives one practice at that sort of thing.
Great find BB. I scored 3.5/-1.85 respectively so you're in good company.
Here's another but shorter and easier two-dimensional political quiz: http://idealog.org/
Very interesting quiz. And no, not at all surprised at where you landed, particularly on the Libertarian/Authoritarian axis. I scored -7.38 on Economic Left/Right and -4.72 on Libertarian/Authoritarian
Economic Left/Right 2.00Social Libertarian/Authoritarian 2.67Wow. I'm really surprised--I've always considered myself fairly conservative, especially on economics.
I'm also in the Lonely Quadrant with you, BB. I'm far more right economics wise; similar socially.Those in the quadrant include Ayn Rand and Milton Friedman.I wonder if there's not another important dimension that would show us more separate. There were a lot of sexuality questions which I presume are meant to differentiate socially in the test.
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