Our Political Leanings -

Which ideology do you agree with the most?

  • Conservative (Republican)

    Votes: 25 18.7%
  • Liberal (Democrat)

    Votes: 10 7.5%
  • Socialist (International, Democratic, Libertarian, etc.)

    Votes: 15 11.2%
  • Communist (Maoist, Leninist, Stalinist, etc.)

    Votes: 4 3.0%
  • Anarchist (Anarcho-Syndicalism, Anarcho-Communism, Queer Anarchism, etc.)

    Votes: 4 3.0%
  • Libertarian (Anarcho-Capitlaism)

    Votes: 18 13.4%
  • National Socialism (Third Positionism, Nationalism, Strasserism, etc.)

    Votes: 13 9.7%
  • Centrist (Center-Left, Center-Right, Moderate)

    Votes: 31 23.1%
  • Apolitical (dgaf about politics)

    Votes: 14 10.4%

  • Total voters
    134
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I got Justice · Socialism · Ecology.

I voted for the far-left Socialist party in the last election.

"Complotism : the biggest problems of our society are the work of a small group of people. It is then essential to find them, inform the people of their objective and neutralize them."

I'm not a fan of the reptilians.
 
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I'd say that I'm probably something of a heterodox liberal. I broadly agree with liberal principles (equality of the sexes, civil liberties, gay rights, freedom of expression, etc), but I feel that mainstream liberals have failed to adequately uphold or defend these values against a growing set of reactionary forces which clearly seek to undermine liberal thought and replace it with varying forms of tribalism (as evidenced by the current state of what we might call 'identity politics').

I'm especially skeptical of mass immigration, and I take the view that multiculturalism has by and large failed. I'm also significantly less optimistic about globalization than most liberals appear to be, and I think that the West in particular needs to rediscover the merits of carefully thought out economic protectionism (which works, no matter what mainstream economists will tell you). Beyond that, I don't really know how I would summarize my views. I'm not a big fan of identifying too strongly with political labels, and I like to approach politics on an issue by issue basis.
 

TheImportantFart

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Don't really agree with this:

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For those who haven't taken this test yet, you're presented with two statements and asked to say which one is closest to your political views. Both statements are pretty hardline liberal or conservative and there's no room for nuance whatsoever. For most of the questions I found myself picking a statement and thinking to myself "Yes, but..."

Oh and don't try and cheat yourself out of the last question by saying you're an Independent, because they'll still make you choose Republican or Democrat.

Probably my least favourite of these tests I've done so far.
 

Joan Nyan

im gay lol xD
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I'd say that I'm probably something of a heterodox liberal. I broadly agree with liberal principles (equality of the sexes, civil liberties, gay rights, freedom of expression, etc), but I feel that mainstream liberals have failed to adequately uphold or defend these values against a growing set of reactionary forces which clearly seek to undermine liberal thought and replace it with varying forms of tribalism (as evidenced by the current state of what we might call 'identity politics').

I'm especially skeptical of mass immigration, and I take the view that multiculturalism has by and large failed. I'm also significantly less optimistic about globalization than most liberals appear to be, and I think that the West in particular needs to rediscover the merits of carefully thought out economic protectionism (which works, no matter what mainstream economists will tell you). Beyond that, I don't really know how I would summarize my views. I'm not a big fan of identifying too strongly with political labels, and I like to approach politics on an issue by issue basis.
Sounds like the average social democrat until five minutes ago, but the average alt-right neo-nazi Trump voter of current year.
 
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