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    Moral Politics Test

    Political ideas are often expressed using the right-left model*. While simple, this model does not fully capture the fullness of political opinions.

    For instance, you may be feeling on the left or certain social issues but on the right on economical ones so where are you?

    The Moral Matrix addresses this problem. Instead of a single left-right dimension, our Matrix has two dimensions that combine to create four quadrants, or Political Systems.

    By taking the test you will know where you stand on the Matrix, which Political System fits you best, and which Political Ideology you most closely match.

    http://www.moral-politics.com/xpolit...u=Moral_Matrix
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    Re: The Moral Matrix

    Your Score
    Your scored 6 on the Moral Order axis and 2 on the Moral Rules axis.

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    The following items best match your score:
    1. System: Authoritarianism
    2. Variation: Moral Authoritarianism
    3. Ideologies: Nationalism
    4. US Parties: No match.
    5. Presidents: George H. Bush (72.05%)
    6. 2004 Election Candidates: George W. Bush (68.75%), John Kerry (56.47%), Ralph Nader (46.78%)
    I'm no American, so I'm pretty sure the points 5. and 6. become obsolete.
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    Re: The Moral Matrix

    Your Score
    Your scored 2 on the Moral Order axis and -0.5 on the Moral Rules axis.
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    The following items best match your score:
    1. System: Conservatism
    2. Variation: Moderate Conservatism
    3. Ideologies: Capital Republicanism
    4. US Parties: No match.
    5. Presidents: Gerald Ford (85.85%)
    6. 2004 Election Candidates: John Kerry (76.93%), George W. Bush (76.10%), Ralph Nader (64.03%)

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    Moral Politics Test

    Moral Politics Test

    If you take it, you should take the "long" one, it's only 16 questions. Brief explanation of the results:

    The Moral Order dimension defines your view of the world's order:
    • It measures whether you believe certain things have moral authority over others.
    • It ranks notions such as God, race, humans, nature, men, women, lifestyles...

    You can visualize your personal moral order as a ladder where items with the most moral authority appear on the higher steps and those with the least authority appear on the lower steps.

    People on the right of the Moral Matrix have a structured moral order (i.e. many steps on their moral ladder).

    People on the left of the Moral Matrix have a flat moral order (i.e. few steps on their moral ladder).
    The Moral Rules dimension defines your view of the world's rules.
    • It measures which actions you believe individuals should be rewarded for in society.
    • It defines whether you believe that society should primarily reward actions that benefit society as a whole first (and individual members eventually) or reward actions that benefits each member first (and society eventually).

    People on the top of the Moral Matrix believe that society and each of its members benefit the most if the priority is given to collective initiatives.

    People on the bottom of the Moral Matrix believe that society and each of its members benefit the most if the priority is given to individual initiatives.
    My results:

    Your Score
    Your scored 3 on the Moral Order axis and -1 on the Moral Rules axis.

    Matches
    The following items best match your score:
    System: Conservatism
    Variation: Moderate Conservatism
    Ideologies: Capital Republicanism
    US Parties: Republican Party
    Presidents: George H. Bush (86.02%)
    2004 Election Candidates: George W. Bush (80.24%), John Kerry (73.12%), Ralph Nader (59.25%)

    Statistics
    Of the 209385 people who took the test:
    0.3% had the same score as you.
    47.5% were above you on the chart.
    45.5% were below you on the chart.
    11.1% were to your right on the chart.
    85.6% were to your left on the chart.

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    AW: Moral Politics Test

    Your Score

    Your scored 2.5 on the Moral Order axis and -1.5 on the Moral Rules axis.

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    The following items best match your score:

    1. System: Conservatism
    2. Variation: Moderate Conservatism
    3. Ideologies: Capital Republicanism
    4. US Parties: Republican Party
    5. Presidents: Gerald Ford (87.12%), George H. Bush (87.12%)
    6. 2004 Election Candidates: George W. Bush (80.99%), John Kerry (75.59%), Ralph Nader (60.84%)

    Statistics

    Of the 209387 people who took the test:

    1. 0.4% had the same score as you.
    2. 47.5% were above you on the chart.
    3. 45.5% were below you on the chart.
    4. 14.4% were to your right on the chart.
    5. 77.4% were to your left on the chart.


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    Re: Moral Politics Test

    Your Score
    Your scored 2.5 on the Moral Order axis and 2 on the Moral Rules axis.
    Matches
    The following items best match your score:
    1. System: Authoritarianism
    2. Variation: Moderate Authoritarianism
    3. Ideologies: Social Republicanism
    4. US Parties: No match.
    5. Presidents: Gerald Ford (75.29%)
    6. 2004 Election Candidates: John Kerry (69.94%), George W. Bush (67.15%), Ralph Nader (62.18%)

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    AW: Moral Politics Test

    Your Score
    Your scored 1.5 on the Moral Order axis and -2.5 on the Moral Rules axis.
    Matches
    The following items best match your score:
    1. System: Conservatism
    2. Variation: Moderate Conservatism
    3. Ideologies: Capital Republicanism
    4. US Parties: Republican Party
    5. Presidents: Gerald Ford (93.01%)
    6. 2004 Election Candidates: George W. Bush (80.99%), John Kerry (79.99%), Ralph Nader (63.42%)
    Statistics
    Of the 209401 people who took the test:
    1. 0.7% had the same score as you.
    2. 54.5% were above you on the chart.
    3. 30.6% were below you on the chart.
    4. 22.6% were to your right on the chart.
    5. 71.5% were to your left on the chart.
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    Re: Moral Politics Test

    I admit I'm fascinated by this quiz. The first time I went through it I answered quickly, based on my real life experiences of compromise with things as they are.

    The second time, I responded based on my ideal view of society - how things should be, rather than how they are in reality. My results were quite different.

    First quiz result: You scored 3 on the Moral Order axis and 0.5 on the Moral Rules axis.

    The following items best match your score:
    -System: Authoritarianism
    -Variation: Moderate Authoritarianism
    -Ideologies: Social Republicanism



    Second quiz result: You scored 2 on the Moral Order axis and 6 on the Moral Rules axis.

    The following items best match your score:
    -System: Authoritarianism
    -Variation: Economic Authoritarianism
    -Ideologies: National Socialism



    Obviously, the biggest difference between the two results is in the Moral Rules arena, which the quiz creator describes as follows:

    The Moral Rules dimension defines your view of the world's rules. It measures which actions you believe individuals should be rewarded for in society. It defines whether you believe that society should primarily reward actions that benefit society as a whole first (and individual members eventually) or reward actions that benefits each member first (and society eventually). People on the top of the Moral Matrix believe that society and each of its members benefit the most if the priority is given to collective initiatives. People on the bottom of the Moral Matrix believe that society and each of its members benefit the most if the priority is given to individual initiatives.
    So, in my real world, practical view (first result), I'm more concerned about protecting individual freedoms - since the surrounding society is so hostile to my personal philosophical and political outlook. In my idealistic view (second result), I'm concerned much more about the community as a whole - since in my view of how things ought to be, the community is no longer diseased but healthy, looking after its members responsibly and acting as a unified folkish unit.

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