Tuesday, February 22, 2005

Moral Politics - A Morality-Based Political Test

Moral Politics - A Morality-Based Political Test

I took both the long and short test. The long test showed that I was a moderate conservative who most closely aligns with Gerald Ford. I did vote for him, but I atribute that to being 18 as much as anything else. I came out socialist on the short test, go figure. All in all it's an interesting test but I think it could use some work

1 comment:

SheaNC said...

Here's my results:

Short Test:
System: Liberalism
Variation: Moderate Liberalism
Ideologies: Capital Democratism
US Parties: Democratic Party
Presidents: Bill Clinton (92.03%)
2004 Election Candidates: John Kerry (95.58%), Ralph Nader (77.90%), George W. Bush (66.34%)

Long Test:
System: Liberalism
Variation: Moral Liberalism
Ideologies: Capital Democratism, Progressivism
US Parties: Democratic Party, Green Party
Presidents: Jimmy Carter (95.06%)
2004 Election Candidates: Ralph Nader (92.03%), John Kerry (88.95%), George W. Bush (51.54%)