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    Tuesday, February 07, 2006

    OK!Cupid...Congratulations, captain obvious.

    So, here are my results from the OK!Cupid politics test. Not much of a surprise here for me, but it's fun to do anyway. More than anything, it is nice to see "where you stand" in relation not only to Rep/Dem lines, but the "full" spectrum of political ideas.
    You are a

    Social Moderate
    (43% permissive)

    and an...

    Economic Conservative
    (83% permissive)

    You are best described as a:


    I noticed upon completion of this test that 71% of those who took the test are pro-choice, and that 26% are against the war in Iraq. Since these numbers are respectively higher and lower than the national averages, I assume that the majority of those taking the test are more liberal than the median-american. While I believe that the test is not weighted, it is interesting to note.


    Blogger Ben A. Johnson said...

    The war figure wouldn't make sense if a larger number of people taking this test were liberal than conservative. Unless you mean classically liberal in the libertarian sense of the word. Which, I'm not certain what the libertarian stance on war is...

    4:05 PM  

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