How do you identify yourself, politically?
Libertarian (or similar beliefs, such as classical liberal or pro-civil rights conservative)
Free Thinker/Reform Party
Moderate Conservative (Traditional)
Moderate Conservative (Neocon)
Rational Democrat/Free Party Liberal
Extreme Conservative (non-traditional or non-Christian)
Undecided or other - leaning toward libertarian
Undecided or other - leaning toward fascist
Which statement fits your beliefs more closely?
I believe that people should be allowed to practice religion freely in the United States.
I believe in devoting money and time to arrest marijuana users and other nonviolent criminals.
Which would you rather have, safeguarded civil rights or inefficient higher taxes?
Safeguarded civil rights
Inefficient high taxes
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.
I don't use electrical power.
Against - I believe that existing power companies like Enron have done a good job.
Against - I believe that no power company could be capable of surviving without government assistance and subsidies.
Against - everyone (including the poor) should be forced to pay the government-mandated utility costs.
Against - I believe that politicians are more honest than the buying public.
Against - all public, corporate and personal funds should go into war efforts.
Against - I believe that economic freedom and prosperity is best kept in the hands of an elite few.
Do you believe that the Libertarian Party is a viable and dynamic political option?
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.
For a write-in candidate, such as the boy band Boyz II Men.
I did not vote due to apathy.
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.
I am in favor of keeping programs like the War on Drugs and Social Security unchanged, no matter what the cost.