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Too many of the questions are worded ambiguously for the results to be accurate.

For example: It asks if government surveillance is necessary in the modern world - what kind? Widespread surveillance of the public, or focused on specific individuals and requiring judicial approval? There's an ethical difference the size of an ocean there.

Another asked if children should be educated in religious values - by who? Schools or the government? Hell no, if you believe in separation of church & state. By their family? Sure. Again, the way they worded the question allows for too wide a range of interpretation for the results to be accurate.
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I feel the same way iriomote did. That question about MY religious values being taught was funny considering what they are (an it harm none, do what thou will)
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iriomote wrote:

Too many of the questions are worded ambiguously for the results to be accurate.

For example: It asks if government surveillance is necessary in the modern world - what kind? Widespread surveillance of the public, or focused on specific individuals and requiring judicial approval? There's an ethical difference the size of an ocean there.

Another asked if children should be educated in religious values - by who? Schools or the government? Hell no, if you believe in separation of church & state. By their family? Sure. Again, the way they worded the question allows for too wide a range of interpretation for the results to be accurate.


the answers were pretty acurate for alot of us.

but it is vauge that's true but with this kind of thing you take results with a grain of salt but my results were spot on.
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Too many centrists on this site, need to kill them all till I'm the only one left.

Just kidding, according to Donald Trump I'm the best centrist he knows.
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Some questions were too vague, while others I could not answer due to my lack of knowledge concerning economic policies. I wonder if someone would be so kind to suggest a few books on economics that I should read. I am aware that Google-senpai is available to use for such purposes, but I can ask him and the lovely folks on CR for book recommendations.
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I have no idea how to post the picture of my results, so I guess I'll just type them.

Economic Axis

Equality: 44.5% Markets: 55.5%

Diplomatic Axis

Nation: 53.7% World: 46.3%

Civil Axis

Liberty: 46.9% Authority: 53.1%

Societal Axis

Tradition: 58.1% Progress: 41.9%


It says my ideology is centrist. I suppose that could make sense, although I generally think of myself as conservative with a libertarian bent.
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This will probably surprise no one.
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Very apropos TR quote:

A man who loves other nations as much as his own is on the same level as a man who loves other women as much as his own wife
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karatecowboy wrote:
Very apropos TR quote:

A man who loves other nations as much as his own is on the same level as a man who loves other women as much as his own wife


Did you choose your wife or was she legally assigned at birth?

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runec wrote:


karatecowboy wrote:
Very apropos TR quote:

A man who loves other nations as much as his own is on the same level as a man who loves other women as much as his own wife


Did you choose your wife or was she legally assigned at birth?



Why does it matter?
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karatecowboy wrote:


runec wrote:


karatecowboy wrote:
Very apropos TR quote:

A man who loves other nations as much as his own is on the same level as a man who loves other women as much as his own wife


Did you choose your wife or was she legally assigned at birth?



Why does it matter?


Wait, what? Are you saying she WAS assigned at birth? >.>

This may seem like a random question, but do you live in some sort of compound?

Do the Elders know you're on the wifi?
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runec wrote:


karatecowboy wrote:


runec wrote:


karatecowboy wrote:
Very apropos TR quote:

A man who loves other nations as much as his own is on the same level as a man who loves other women as much as his own wife


Did you choose your wife or was she legally assigned at birth?



Why does it matter?


Wait, what? Are you saying she WAS assigned at birth? >.>

This may seem like a random question, but do you live in some sort of compound?

Do the Elders know you're on the wifi?


No, yes, and yes. I am the Elder, and my cats are not allowed on wifi, even IF the internet was created by the Debil to share pictures of cats. I DON'T SEE NO LEVENTH COMMANDMENT "THOU SHALT SHARE CATS ON THE INTERNETZ!"

I'm just wondering why it matters to the point of Teddy Roosevelt's analogy.
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Can't say I'm surprised by the results.
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