Political affiliation test.

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Just curious about your stance on political, social and economic issues and on any ongoing public debate unique to your country. To get you started, you might consider the test below, which comes highly recommended.
The Political Compass

Once you have your hard-won results, use this labelled chart to understand it.

As the chart reveals, I score closest to anarcho-socialism or anarcho-syndicalism. This is correct.
 

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Was surprised to find out I'm an anarcho-socialist rather than a democratic-socialist (at least according to the chart you posted).

I guess my adolescent way of thinking and debating stuck with me to this day, although I imagine with the years I'll start gravitating towards a more democratic-socialism, which is the form of government I consciously think is the best.

Thanks for sharing the test! I took it a couple of years ago, but I think my position since then has changed a bit upwards.
 
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It seems as though I'm off the scale! I knew I was very left-wing but I never realised by how much!
 
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Your Political Compass
Economic Left/Right: -1.75
Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: 0.46


what am i exactly ?

i have no info about these -ism s ...
 

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Your Political Compass
Economic Left/Right: -1.75
Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: 0.46


what am i exactly ?

i have no info about these -ism s ...
Hey and welcome to the forum. Glad to have you with us.

You are more of leftist when it comes to economy and how should it run. When it comes to social life you are Libertarian and politics you are Authoritarian.

Here is the explanation.



Economy:

The Economic (Left–Right) axis measures one's opinion of how the economy should be run: "left" is defined as the desire for the economy to be run by a cooperative collective agency (which can mean the state, but can also mean a network of communes), while "right" is defined as the desire for the economy to be left to the devices of competing individuals and organizations.

Social and Politics:

The other axis (Authoritarian–Libertarian) measures one's political opinions in a social sense, regarding the amount of personal freedom that one would allow: "libertarianism" is defined as the belief that personal freedom should be maximised, while "authoritarianism" is defined as the belief that authority and tradition should be obeyed.


Hope that helps.
 

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