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Curious about your political beliefs? Try the test below.


Poll #383237 Universal Political Alignment Test (for U.S. Citizens only, please)

How do you identify yourself, politically?

Libertarian (or similar beliefs, such as classical liberal or pro-civil rights conservative)
26(30.2%)
White Supremacist/Anti-Freedom
1(1.2%)
Extreme Socialist/Communist
0(0.0%)
Green
11(12.8%)
Moderate/Solid Democrat
9(10.5%)
Free Thinker/Reform Party
1(1.2%)
Moderate Liberal
8(9.3%)
Moderate Conservative (Traditional)
1(1.2%)
Moderate Conservative (Neocon)
0(0.0%)
Moderate Socialist
7(8.1%)
Rational Democrat/Free Party Liberal
3(3.5%)
Moderate Republican
1(1.2%)
Extreme Conservative (non-traditional or non-Christian)
0(0.0%)
Undecided or other - leaning toward libertarian
14(16.3%)
Undecided or other - leaning toward fascist
4(4.7%)

Which statement fits your beliefs more closely?

I believe that people should be allowed to practice religion freely in the United States.
80(92.0%)
I believe in devoting money and time to arrest marijuana users and other nonviolent criminals.
7(8.0%)

Which would you rather have, safeguarded civil rights or inefficient higher taxes?

Safeguarded civil rights
82(94.3%)
Inefficient high taxes
5(5.7%)

How do you feel about competitive power companies, with no government guaranteed monopoly? (This also applies to other utilities, such as roads, water, and internet access)

In favor - competitive utilies have been proven to provide superior service at a lower price.
56(65.9%)
I don't use electrical power.
4(4.7%)
Against - I believe that existing power companies like Enron have done a good job.
4(4.7%)
Against - I believe that no power company could be capable of surviving without government assistance and subsidies.
14(16.5%)
Against - everyone (including the poor) should be forced to pay the government-mandated utility costs.
0(0.0%)
Against - I believe that politicians are more honest than the buying public.
1(1.2%)
Against - all public, corporate and personal funds should go into war efforts.
3(3.5%)
Against - I believe that economic freedom and prosperity is best kept in the hands of an elite few.
3(3.5%)

Do you believe that the Libertarian Party is a viable and dynamic political option?

Yes
39(100.0%)

How did you vote in the 2004 Presidential election? (If you didn't vote, how would you have voted?)

For a Presidential candidate, such as Michael Badnarik.
65(77.4%)
For a write-in candidate, such as the boy band Boyz II Men.
11(13.1%)
I did not vote due to apathy.
8(9.5%)

How do you feel about incorporating Libertarian political ideas (such as freedom) into the American political process?

I believe in incorporating Libertarian ideas into government on a rational, careful basis.
73(86.9%)
I am in favor of keeping programs like the War on Drugs and Social Security unchanged, no matter what the cost.
11(13.1%)



For readers in other countries, an alternate poll.


Poll #383238 Poll for non-U.S. Citizens.

Whom would you have voted for in the recent U.S. Elections, if given a vote? (NON-U.S. CITIZENS ONLY! U.S. RESIDENTS AND CITIZENS USE THE MORE DETAILED POLL ABOVE)

Michael Badnarik
4(26.7%)
George W. Bush
0(0.0%)
write-in, other, or no opinion
11(73.3%)


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