Political Compass

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by 72Volt, Nov 2, 2012.

  1. http://politicalcompass.org/
    Everyone do the test, then post your results. I'm curious to see people's political dispositions and to discuss them.
  2. You love to rial the crowd huh... I am going to stay clear of this lol. Good luck.
  3. Than don't post on this thread. there is absolutely nothing wrong with this thread - just stay on topic. It is a simple concept actually
  4. Some of those questions are very badly written and could be construed as meaning either side of the argument, some of the questions are just nonsensical.
    Either way, apparently I'm in between Stalin and Hitler.

    Oh well.
  5. The questions seemed very biased. Odd at best.
  6. Im Apperently Alexis Tsipras.
  7. On the economic side I am perfectly middle of the road. On the social side I got a -5.79, which gives me a libertarian swing. I am not sure I really agree with those results. I generally try to stay as far away from politics as possible.
  8. I'm like Ghandi:
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  9. I think some of those Questions are from the 50s and 60s and some are very Biased at best. Also seems a person with poor grammar wrote most of them and trying to use big words and the opinion answer giving to us doesn't tell what we think about it. So the Survey is very weak telling you what group best fits you.
  10. Well chicken. You are asking a good amount of minors to post their opinions based mostly on their parents with most ludicrous ideas about what their candidate and their party wants and stands for. I wonder how that could possibly go wrong.
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  11. Economic Left/Right: -4.75
    Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -3.85
  12. on top of what you said there, you are completely right.. but you take a look at who came back from the hiding after his failed attempts to take over emc. ^.^
    everybodies hide!
  13. Something I always say to kids bringing up politics in game..

    If your under 16, you're really too young to get into politics. Go do something fun instead.

    Earlier ages is all about the parents opinion, and thats a huge problem with politics.

    Children grow up hearing about politics only hearing what their parents tell them, then that's what they know to be true...

    I know of one person who thinks some pretty outrageous things, and the are way too young to have any facts on the matter -- so its completely off their parents.

    This thread is fine, but I personally believe young teens need to not worry about politics :/ When you get closer to being able to vote, then do the research and ignore everything your parents say. make your own decisions :)
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  15. :p
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  16. This can be applied to religion too.
  17. I don't think it has to be 16 in every case; I started questioning religion and politics when I was around 15.