Are your a Left-Wing Libertarian? Are you a Right-Wing Big Government supporter? Hard core Liberal? Or are you a staunch conservative? With so many issues to decide between, people can be Libertarian on some issues, and have a left-wing social minded or right-wing pro business stance on other issues. Let’s see where YOU are politically, by taking the Left-Wing Libertarian 4 recommended quizzes, spend 5 minutes together and compare results.
The World’s Smallest Political Quiz Take this quiz HERE.
Starting off with a quiz taken over 21 million times, The World’s Smallest Political Quiz
I can live with that result, and find that this simple 10 question quiz is easy and fast for people to take. In fact, it probably took longer to read about the quiz then it would take to do the quiz and get your results.
The definition of Libertarian from the results:
Libertarians support maximum liberty in both personal and economic matters. They advocate a much smaller government; one that is limited to protecting individuals from coercion and violence. Libertarians tend to embrace individual responsibility, oppose government bureaucracy and taxes, promote private charity, tolerate diverse lifestyles, support the free market, and defend civil liberties.
Why is that box a diamond? Because it is a better depiction of the Nolan Chart, showing the 4 possible views on political issues each as an extreme end point, with the centrists in the middle and the sides reflecting peoples viewpoints and leanings. Most people are not 100% any group of issues in an unbiased survey or quiz.
Ideology Selector Take this quiz HERE
The Ideology Selector quiz moves from simple yes or no 10 questions to a few different questions and a broader scale of results.
Once again, my results are:
I enjoy taking this quiz with friends and coworkers because of the diverse results it provides. Any the surprises when the results aren’t what people say they are on that scale before taking the quiz.
2014 I side with Take this quiz HERE.
Good things come in three’s, so here is the third quiz. Remember on this one to use the slider to weight your results, show all of the optional answers and take the optional questions for the best results. The quizzes are getting harder, but the results are more accurate, and the time put into actually thinking about these issues, I believe, helps us assess how we feel on these questions of our times. And how did I do?
The beauty of this quiz is its updating questions and issues, and its matching it to a US National Political Party. It is one thing to be aligned with a political idea or concept, but another to be matched to a candidate. I also happen to be a fan of those types of polls and quizzes during Presidential races.
The Political Compass quiz Take this quiz HERE
OKAY – Last one. I like the 2014 I Side With quiz for its range of questions on a good number of issues, responses and weighted results.
My results are:
Getting the weighted results in this chart together with the question by question breakdown details make this a great political quiz to take and compare not only against yourself, but others when political issues come up in discussions.
The quiz even gives you some the International Chart. It shoes the results of a diverse professional team assessing the words and actions of internationally known contemporary leaders to give you an idea of how they relate to each other on the political compass.