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    Cool A test for your political stance

    https://www.isidewith.com/political-quiz

    Come right in, take the test, and be proud of what you are!

    Why don't we post our findings?

    You can find my political leanings in my next answer, to this thread.



    And don't cheat! If you come out with not how you thought you should have, maybe ya oughta have some alone time, to reconcile yourself with the facts!

    Please record your final finding(s), truthfully typing.

    Rainmaker, you might be a bit surprised by finding out how I am.

    AA, I am sorry, but I don't think that this test qualifies as a Troll testing medium. While I do enjoy your way of yanking people's chains, you will probably confuse the bejeebers out of everyone in here with your 'supposed' end of test rating.

    But by all means, if you want, have at it.
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    So far right winged that I couldn't fly a straight line if I wanted to. Yup, my right wing is very muscular!

    With a dash of libertarianism tossed in, to add a smoky taste.
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    90% Bernie

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    88% Ben Carson, 87% Trump, 86% Ted Cruz, and 84% Marco Rubio..

    With a wapping 11% siding with Bernie Sanders and 24% for Hil-liar-y Clinton.

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    97% Sanders
    88% Clinton
    77% O'Malley
    43% Webb
    36% Huckabee
    34% Graham
    34% Bush
    28% Christie
    21% Santorum
    21% Trump
    20% Rand Paul
    19% Carson
    18% Kasich
    16% Fiorina
    16% Rubio
    15% Cruz

    Big schocker to me is that Clinton ranked higher on my list than O'Malley, and that Huckabee was the top Republican. And the fact that Kasich was so low. Other than that, the list is pretty accurate.
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    83% Cruz
    82% Trump
    81% Fiorina
    80% Rubio/Paul

    60% Clinton/Webb
    54% Sanders
    46% O'Malley

    That was a pretty good survey. I think there was only 1 or 2 that didn't have an answer that worked (the "Yes, but..." answers were written very well.

    I also wonder how much it would have changed the percentages if I would have changed the "How Important" tabs on the left. What's interesting is that I will not, as of now, vote for either of those top 3. I think the first one on the list that even interests me in Rand Paul, if he'd get rid of the one or two deal breakers he keeps laying out there.

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    I listed my political stance, which was far right wing and a bit of libertarianism. Could you guys do the same? If you do not want to share your leanings, no problem.
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    No surprise with me.

    Sanders - 93%
    Clinton - 91%
    O'Malley - 80%

    Huckabee - 58%
    Trump - 52%
    Paul - 43%
    Bush - 39%
    Cruz - 23%
    Carson - 23%

    How many people, noticed on most of the categories, there were additional questions as well as on the Other Stances you had more choices plus you could write your own position (which I did on a number of them). I answered all the questions so as to make it more thorough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LogDog View Post
    How many people, noticed on most of the categories, there were additional questions as well as on the Other Stances you had more choices plus you could write your own position (which I did on a number of them). I answered all the questions so as to make it more thorough.
    I opened up all those, and for around a good 2/3rds of the questions i did open up the 'yes/no but' with other comment block.

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    Bush 84%
    Rubio 83%
    Clinton 77%

    The rest were in the 60 percent range or lower.

    I hit other on a bunch of the questions.

    I've never felt well represented by either party.
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