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Jovialis
17-01-20, 05:11
https://i.imgur.com/hdxWExa.png

https://www.idrlabs.com/political-coordinates/test.php

Jovialis
17-01-20, 05:21
https://i.imgur.com/hdxWExa.png

https://www.idrlabs.com/political-coordinates/test.php

https://i.imgur.com/OinXG70.png

I'm a bit more right-wing on the other Political Compass Test (https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/18997-What-s-your-political-compass-result/page4?p=555966&viewfull=1#post555966).

torzio
17-01-20, 07:01
mine

https://i.postimg.cc/hvSMYz48/my-value.png (https://postimages.org/)


https://i.postimg.cc/Y0b8Brj5/political-compass.png (https://postimages.org/)

Maciamo
23-01-20, 20:11
Political Coordinates Test

Your political coordinates are:



30.6% Right, 19.4% Liberal

https://www.idrlabs.com/political-coordinates/2/30.6/1/19.4/graph.png?3

That test places me as a moderate libertarian, which sounds reasonably correct.

Very funny how two different tests get exactly opposite results! The 8values test describes me as a social democrat, which I am surely not.

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The Political Compass test (see this thread (https://www.eupedia.com/forum/threads/18997-What-s-your-political-compass-result)) places me as Left Libertarian, but very close to centrist Libertarian. I think that I would describe myself as centrist or slightly right-leaning liberal (not "libertarian" as this is too extreme).

https://www.politicalcompass.org/chart?ec=-0.75&soc=-3.28

The way I would answer some questions if I lived in the USA instead of Belgium could be very different, reflecting the country's situation.

Farstar
23-01-20, 20:19
Political Coordinates Test

Your political coordinates are:



77.8% Right, 61.1% Liberal

https://www.idrlabs.com/political-coordinates/2/77.8/1/61.1/graph.png?3

I disagree with "In our test, the Left-Right Axis is used as a measure of the respondent's economic views, with the Left favoring state intervention and economic regulation while the Right favors economic freedom and laissez-faire." at least from a European point of view.

If the two dimensions were:

1) Economic
2) Social, but not economic

I am sure I would not be considered as "Right", since I am not (I am in favor of gay rights, etc).

Dou
01-02-20, 00:25
I am sure I would not be considered as "Right", since I am not (I am in favor of gay rights, etc).

Well, that belongs to "conservatism" and according to the compass you are "libertarian". In other words, you don't care what homosexuals do but you do care that the state puts their hands in people's pockets.

Me: LOL

https://i.postimg.cc/DwppHLZp/8values.png
https://i.postimg.cc/SNNXRMSG/coordinates.png