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Open Politics Political Personality Quiz


Personal Assessment



How you measured up:



Autocratic

Democratic








Big Government

Small Government








Collectivist

Individualist








Literalist

Rationalist








Narrow Focus

Wide Focus








Human-centric

Ecocentric










Collectivist

Big
Government

Small
Government










Individualist







Narrow Focus

Autocratic

Democratic










Wide Focus





Highest ranking dimension: Small Government

You believe in a government that keeps order but otherwise stays out of the way. You may have felt that what the country really needs is a government with the courage to take on some of the "sacred cows" of government spending. This may be because you have been irked by how much you pay in taxes. It may also be because you feel that excessive government support programs reward those with no initiative. Others may disagree with you because they see some people as having the system stacked against them. When politicians of your type make mistakes it is because they find it difficult to maintain the "tough love" approach when their friends and supporters ask for help.


Second highest ranking dimension: Individualist

You believe in the right of an individual to "be themself" in thought and deeds. You may have felt that what the country really needs is a politician with the nerve to tell people when it comes to controlling others, they should mind their own business. This may be because you enjoy a diversity of experiences and don �t get offended easily.
It may also be because you�ve seen people be persecuted.
Others may disagree with you because they feel a right to protect what they see as community values.
When politicians of your type make mistakes it is often because they underestimate people�s need for sta bility and safety.


Combined statement:

Based on your answers, you would prefer a state for pioneers, innovators and rugged individualism.

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