I passed this around to a few friends with differing political opinions and our consensus is that any kind of political view that isn't hardline rightwing, leftwing or centrist gets dumped into the "Social Libertarian" category. Which, I don't even know what the fuck that's supposed to mean, its a complete contradiction in terms.
Edit: I've retaken the test to refresh my memory and I think I've identified the problem. The thinking on it is very two-dimensional, in addition to there being no option to state that you have no opinion on a topic. There's also a large amount of ambiguity to these questions. For example:
"All people have their rights, but it is better for all of us that different sorts of people should keep to their own kind. "
I presume this question is about race mixing, in which case I'd disagree. However, socially speaking, I do believe that generally people should try to stick to groups of like-minded people. Within reason of course. So instead of giving my actual opinion on the topic, I keep getting caught up in what the people who programmed this were thinking.
Here's another good one:
"First-generation immigrants can never be fully integrated within their new country. "
I pretty much agree with this sentiment. However, I believe a kid born and raised in an integrated society is very likely to assimilate. But what is this question really asking? Will the algorithm declare me to be against immigration altogether if I answer Agree?