You can do the quiz yourself here.
You can see my own results below, but once again these results suggest to me the imbecility of the one-dimensional left-right political spectrum. "Centre-right," "far-right," "centre-left." These very results, plotted for three different variables on a left-right axis, show that for anything substantive the left-right axis is insufficient to describe a complex political position. On the other hand, if you plot a chart with one axis representing Economic Freedom and the other Political Freedom and measure a person's position on the resulting two-dimensional chart, a much more accurate result is obtained. (See left, for example.)
Anyway, on to my own results for this quiz. My party preference (according to the quiz) is:
Liberal 73%, National Party 61%, Labour Party/One Nation 59%, Democrats 53%, and Greens 39%.
And for the three 'left-right' variables:
- on 'political outlook' my "broad political orientation score is 25.2%, which equates to a ‘Centre Right’ position";
- on 'economic outlook' my "economic policy score score is 83.2%. This equates to a ‘Far Right’ position";
- on 'social policy' my "social policy score is 68.8%. This equates to a ‘Right’ position"; and
- on 'traditional values' my "traditional values score is -67%. This equates to a ‘Left’ position."
LINKS: Australian politics test - The Oz Politics Blog
Cue card libertarianism - political spectrum - Not PC
NZ's political spectrum - Not PC
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