|Well, this is kinda kooky.|
Your test scores indicate that you are an open-minded progressive; this is the political profile one might associate with a university professor. It appears that you are skeptical towards religion, and have a generally optimistic attitude towards humanity in general.
Your attitudes towards economics appear socialist, and combined with your social attitudes this creates the picture of someone who would generally be described as a humanist.
To round out the picture you appear to be, political preference aside, a considerate realistic egalitarian with several strong convictions.
Well, that is mighty interesting.
p.s.: Note I'm skeptical towards religion as an institution, and think that the death penalty is abused, but still needed.
|@calicoYorki Even though the death penalty costs more than simple incarcerating someone for life? (I don't hold a strong viewpoint either way i just want to know your response)|
|Death penalty shouldn't cost that much really how much dose it cost to put a bullet between someone's eyes?|
|I think a good amount of that money is coming from all the court costs and the fact that each person has to be put down humanly, a great task for those involved.|
|Guys, I think I need to add some tests because for me it feels like it lacks accuracy and there are different branch of ideologies as well. Stealth, it's your choice whether or not you can add these in the front page. But for now, I'm just going to post them here.|
|I wouldn't mind putting them on the OP at all, but I believe the first two political tests are a little too problematic for any of the non-americans to answer however. I got about halfway into it/them, when I discovered the very specific targeting towards americans or people studying american politics. The responses I got was waaay off, since I tried to answer from what I know, which being Denmark, was considerably different.|
The Third political test doesn't seem to work for me at all either (As in, there's no point pooling/judging or any way to tag an answer).
The first Moral survey responded as being inactive.
The third moral survey I found interesting, but somewhat off. It isn't really as much a morallity test, as a psychopathy test. Yes, I know that sounds odd (maybe even extreme), but being able to choose to kill one in favour of many, is something only a psychopath could ever do calmly, whereas it'd haunt a normal, sensible person for the rest of their life. (Something I get the feeling almost none who took the test even considered.)
On another note however, I quite liked the second Moral exam, even if I'm still a bit unsure of the meaning of 'moral parsimony'. I ended up with a score of 66% myself
|Sorry if I appear overly biased towards some of the tests. I'm not saying people should not take them, I'm merely stating problematic aspects or imo puzzling things about them. If people do take the third test, I do encourage everyone to consider both the logical AND emotional aspects of it.|
Thanks for adding to the list of tests here Bryan; if nothing else, it was interesting :)
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