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"8 Values Test", 15th Jul 2017, 2:00 PM #1
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This thread is a pseudo-sequel to the 16personalities thread. I found this 8 values test on my mistress site, PersonalityCafe. It has eight political values that are calculated with percentages with statements you either agree or disagree with, strongly agree or strongly disagree with.

Two values of each eight values are compared with certain political areas, like tradition vs. progress.

What your results should look like:
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Let's also not turn this thread into a political debate thread. If you disagree with someone on what you believe in, take it to PM or start another thread.

Have fun. Here's the link if you missed it. Try it with your characters if you want as well.
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15th Jul 2017, 2:13 PM #2
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15th Jul 2017, 2:29 PM #3
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Economic Axis: Social
64.6%
35.4%
Diplomatic Axis: Balanced
43.6%
56.4%
Civil Axis: Moderate
56.5%
43.5%
Societal Axis: Neutral
40.9%
59.1%
Closest Match: Liberalism


hmm. how accurate is this?
15th Jul 2017, 2:30 PM #4
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wellll! there you have it!

i don't actually know enough to fully process this.
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15th Jul 2017, 2:32 PM #5
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Yeah, I can sort of see it...except maybe that first one. I suppose "Liberal who doesn't believe in gun control, because that shit is absolutely killing us out in the sticks" was too specific, I guess. XD
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15th Jul 2017, 2:46 PM #6
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These things usually don't work for me but this one did. I got:

Market, Patriotic, Moderate, Neutral = Moderate Conservative. That's about right.
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15th Jul 2017, 2:50 PM #7
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Test has a lot of questions that are super nuanced with no option for a nuanced answer, but still fun to run through.

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15th Jul 2017, 2:52 PM #8
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15th Jul 2017, 2:55 PM #9
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Jean_Q_Citizen:Yeah, I can sort of see it...except maybe that first one. I suppose "Liberal who doesn't believe in gun control, because that shit is absolutely killing us out in the sticks" was too specific, I guess. XD


Yeah. You kind of have to take this basic test with the logic of "74% liberal isn't 100% liberal."
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15th Jul 2017, 4:54 PM #10
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Epiale:Test has a lot of questions that are super nuanced with no option for a nuanced answer, but still fun to run through.


Literally the first question I got was like this. I feel like I'll get slightly varying results if I take this a few times.

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15th Jul 2017, 5:03 PM #11
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Not surprising haha

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15th Jul 2017, 5:08 PM #12
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bizarre seeing these results, because at my school my views are considered too conservative. that's what happens when you go to a hippie school.
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15th Jul 2017, 5:09 PM #13
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You know, I'm noticing a similarity between all of the test scores. Lots of equality, world, liberal, progressive combinations.
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15th Jul 2017, 5:18 PM #14
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We're all filthy socialist.
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15th Jul 2017, 5:40 PM #15
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That test wasn't easy to fill out. It seems very US-centric to me and statements lacked context so I had to fill in "neutral" quite often.

SOCIAL LIBERALISM
Economic axis: social
Equality: 65.9%
Diplomatic axis: peaceful
Nation: 36.2%
Civil axis: Liberal
Liberty: 60.8%
Societal axis: Progressive
Tradition: 37.4%

Where I live I'm actual in the political dead centre, neither left nor right.
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15th Jul 2017, 6:22 PM #17
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Yup I am joining the social liberalism gang!
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15th Jul 2017, 6:40 PM #18
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lol wow okay

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Totally not a libertarian guys I promise.
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I must confess I have no idea what the labels mean. I learned them in a Government course in college, but then I forgot them because I don't consider them all that important.
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15th Jul 2017, 7:01 PM #20
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Their descriptions are on the front page of the link.

Equality (Economic)
Those with higher Equality scores believe the economy should distribute value evenly among the populace. They tend to support progressive tax codes, social programs, and at high values, socialism.
Markets (Economic)
Those with higher Market scores believe the economy should be focused on rapid growth. They tend to support lower taxes, privatization, deregulation, and at high values, laissez-faire capitalism.
Nation (Diplomatic)
Those with higher Nation scores are patriotic and nationalist. They often believe in an aggressive foreign policy, valuing the military, strength, sovereignty, and at high values, territorial expansion.
Globe (Diplomatic)
Those with higher Globe scores are cosmopolitan and globalist. They often believe in a peaceful foreign policy, emphasizing diplomacy, cooperation, integration, and at high values, a world government.
Liberty (State)
Those with higher Liberty scores believe in strong civil liberties. They tend to support democracy and oppose state intervention in personal lives. Note that this refers to civil liberties, not economic liberties.
Authority (State)
Those with higher Authority scores believe in strong state power. They tend to support state intervention in personal lives, government surveillance, and at high values, censorship or autocracy.
Tradition (Society)
Those with higher Tradition scores believe in traditional values and strict adherence to a moral code. Though not always, they are usually religious, and support the status quo or the status quo ante.
Progress (Society)
Those with higher Progress scores believe in social change and rationality. Though not always, they are usually secular or atheist, and support environmental action and scientific or technological research.
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