Tuesday, April 19, 2005
Thanks to Blimpish for the links to online political surveys (I love these, btw, genuinely).
This one was quite creepy in its result I feel, I mean I am actually not that Eurosceptical at all, and on the rest of the issue I have no idea if they have any policies at all, but this is what the computer tells me how I should vote:
Who should I vote for?
Your expected outcome:
Your actual outcome:
|Liberal Democrat -20|
|UK Independence Party 35|
You should vote: UK
focus is on Europe, where the party is strongly against joining both the EU
constitution and the Euro. UKIP is also firmly in favour of limiting
immigration. The party does not take a clear line on some other policy issues,
but supports scrapping university tuition fees; it is strongly against income
tax rises and favour reducing fuel duty.
Take the test at Who
Should You Vote For
My general result showed:
Crime and punishment, internationalism
Your position on
this axis is 0.4
You are likely to be centrist.
Your position on this axis is 3.7
You are likely to be very
free-market and pro-war.
on the first and most important axis. Positions on this axis describe your views on crime and punishment, Europe, and other transnational issues including immigration and international law.
You didn't tell us which (if any) newspaper you read regularly, but on your answers on this axis we judge your best match is the The Mirror / Daily Record
I was about to become depressed but the final page was still to come,:
Positions on this axis describe your views on public and private involvement in the economy, international trade, redistributive taxation... and Iraq
95.7% are significantly to your left
3.9% have views about the same as yours
0.4% are significantly to your right
Whatever, my political sef-image has at least been restored.