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Political Compass - May 5th 2016, 11:14 PM

I'm interested in where people stand on this:


Here's mine:

I'm proud do say I've not really moved much for over 5 years. Although sometimes I take this on different days and I get pretty different results. Usually I move up/down by up to 2 or 3 squares in either direction. The one above is pretty typical for me.


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Re: Political Compass - May 6th 2016, 05:47 PM

Here's mine:

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Re: Political Compass - May 6th 2016, 07:50 PM

I took this a long time ago and tried to find the old one for comparison but the file didn't work anymore. But here it is:

Makes sense. It hasn't changed much over the years.
This are the candidiates:

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& the sun said “it hurts to become."
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Re: Political Compass - May 7th 2016, 04:38 AM

Here's mine:

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Re: Political Compass - May 8th 2016, 12:10 PM

Kind of ironic that I'm procrastinating on studying for my politics exam by taking this test but here goes:

I've pretty much always scored in the bottom left (and in the bottom left of the bottom left) since I first took the test a few years back, also good to see my -10 gold star for leftism in economics is still intact. It's an interesting test, it's not without its flaws obviously but it's about the best test for political ideology out there. It's kind of disappointing that they don't have a more recent chart for Irish political parties based on our general election this year, I know I'm far further left than what was Ireland's most left-wing party in 2011.
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Re: Political Compass - May 8th 2016, 03:12 PM

-6.6, -5.8. Don't know how to get the picture.
I actually expected to be further to the left.

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Re: Political Compass - May 8th 2016, 05:02 PM

Here is mine:

I thought I would be further up (closer to the Conservative party) to be honest. Here were the candidates for the Prime Minister election:

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