Political Compass, part 3

Time to check my political compass again. Read about the previous one here.

This time it is:
Economic Left/Right: -1.88 (2005-07: -2.50; 2004-09: -2.75)
Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -2.97 (2005-07: -2.10; 2004-09: -3.13)

The flux is first and foremost due to the fact that i choose Agree or Strongly Agree differently each time. To the death penalty question i always say “Strongly Disagree”, but to the “Mothers may have careers, but their first duty is to be homemakers” i sometimes agree and sometimes strongly so. It all depends on the moment i’m answering and millions of moments that lead to it since the last time. My answers are honest and reflect how i feel.

Apparently i steadily keep moving away from Communist towards the economic right. It may have something to do with the fact that i slowly started to make real – albeit still modest – profits on the stock exchange. And in the social part i’m going back from Fascist to Libertarian, although the changes are not too significant (and i’m still on the Libertarian side).

I’ll test myself again a few months after the elections.

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1 Response to “Political Compass, part 3”


  1. 1 tafka PP 2006-01-02 at 14:32

    I took that a few months ago- I’m right next to the Dalai Lama!


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