Let’s see where you stand …

A lot of you have probably seen or taken this quiz before, but I thought I would throw it out there.  It’s a test to see where you stand politically and it graphs your responses.

It seems like we have a number of libertarian folks on the site, who support Georgia’s conservative candidates.  Am also curious to see how many folks label themselves as conservative, but actually turn out to be centrists or libertarian.  Might also be interesting to see just how left Georgia Dems gauge.

Report back on what your score is.  In case you are wondering, I was in the Conservative box.  I wonder how some of our candidates would score on this …

15 comments

  1. Beth says:

    Centrist.

    If you look at the stats on the site over 60% turn out to be centrist or librertarian.

  2. Brian from Ellijay says:

    Those type tests are skewed to make you think you are one thing, in hopes of getting you to vote for their candidates–most come out as libertarians.

  3. atlantaman says:

    It said I was a Libertarian.

    But then again I took one from the DNC, answered my questions the exact same way, and it said I was a Socialist.

  4. atlantaman says:

    I’m actually a little apprehensive about taking the sexual preference survey over on the Georiga Equality website.

  5. Bull Moose says:

    I am very surprised…

    Your PERSONAL issues Score is 90%.
    Your ECONOMIC issues Score is 50%.

    Which means I’m a liberal libertarian… I personally think I’m more of a conservative moderate…

  6. Erick says:

    Your PERSONAL issues Score is 50%.
    Your ECONOMIC issues Score is 100%.

    Right on the Conservative/Libertarian line. This test, however, is not comprehensive enough, I think, to get a very solid score.

  7. Fuzzyslippers says:

    Your PERSONAL issues Score is 70%.
    Your ECONOMIC issues Score is 20%.
    Liberal

    Funny, I don’t feel liberal.

  8. Skeptical says:

    Liberal – whooo-hoooo!
    Your PERSONAL issues Score is 80%.
    Your ECONOMIC issues Score is 30%.

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