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    Political Outlook: -75.3% (far left)
    Economic Policy: -59.2% (left)
    Social Policy: -64.9% (left)
    Traditional Values: -98.1% (far left)


    Party Preferemce:
    Greens - 97.5%
    Democrats - 90.5%
    ALP - 77.5%
    Family First - 39.1%
    Liberals - 24.9%
    Nationals - 15.8%
    One Nation - 7.4%

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    I lol'd at Fullers tbh didn't think you were that far left

    No real suprises for me though...

    Political outlook: 27% (Centre Right)
    Economic policy: 24.3% (Centre Right)
    Social policy: 41.8% (Centre Right)
    Traditional values: 40.7% (Centre Right)

    Party Preference
    Greens: 22.1%
    Australian Democrats : 32%
    Labor Party : 46.2%
    Family First : 73.1%
    Liberal Party : 81.7%
    National Party: 76.1%
    One Nation : 85.9% (what the)

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    Hahahaha. 85.9%

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    haha tbh scares the hell outta me...

    EDIT: Feeling a little outnumbered here


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    Quote Originally Posted by FaaipDeOiad View Post
    Looking forward to seeing pasag's results, personally. With no questions about Israel he'll probably be further to the left than me.

    Pretty sure Mao would have flunked the "social policy" section, btw.
    Yeah, not much of a fan of freedom of expression or liberty really. Mainly it was the complete rejection of traditional values that made me think of the Cultural Revolution, and it's destruction of history. I'm obviously being facetious though.

    From what I've seen, I think pasag's probably still fairly centrist (or soft right), just extremely liberal on social issues. But I haven't engaged him on an awful lot of political stuff, really.
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    Seeing Faaip's results, I simply must see C_C's results, if we can get him to do the test.

    Wonder what Jono and Matt did to get Family First listed below the Libs. Has to be economic.

    And I wouldn't worry too much, Clapo (apart from the fact you're clearly the Bob Katter of the forum ), there's a fair few posters on the Right around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow Love™ View Post
    Seeing Faaip's results, I simply must see C_C's results, if we can get him to do the test.

    Wonder what Jono and Matt did to get Family First listed below the Libs. Has to be economic.

    And I wouldn't worry too much, Clapo (apart from the fact you're clearly the Bob Katter of the forum ), there's a fair few posters on the Right around.
    haha not worried at all

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    C_C's results would be interesting, although i have a fair idea which side of the scale they would be

    btw.... out of interest, who was Bob Katter his name rings a bell...?

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    If you want to have a look at how a teen thinks about politics click here: http://www.ozpolitics.info/blog/inde...d4a255559b8a22 and someone please give me an explanation i cant make head nor tails about this
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    Quote Originally Posted by pinchy81 View Post
    If you want to have a look at how a teen thinks about politics click here: http://www.ozpolitics.info/blog/inde...d4a255559b8a22 and someone please give me an explanation i cant make head nor tails about this
    Haha, you're so middle of the road.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clapo View Post
    btw.... out of interest, who was Bob Katter his name rings a bell...?
    I thought you were a Queenslander!



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    Mine:

    Political Outlook: -50.5% (left)
    Economic Policy:-37.2%. (Centre Left)
    Social Policy: -16.8%. (Centre Left)
    Traditional Values: -95.7%. (Far Left)


    Party preference:
    Greens - 79.2%
    Democrats - 80.1%
    Labor Party - 63.3%
    Family First - 39.9%
    Liberal Party - 45.4%
    National Party - 32.3%
    One Nation - 25.3%

    Whatever...
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    Quote Originally Posted by FaaipDeOiad View Post

    Turnbull is in cabinet as well now, right?


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    Quote Originally Posted by pasag View Post
    Mine:

    Political Outlook: -50.5% (left)
    Economic Policy:-37.2%. (Centre Left)
    Social Policy: -16.8%. (Centre Left)
    Traditional Values: -95.7%. (Far Left)


    Party preference:
    Greens - 79.2%
    Democrats - 80.1%
    Labor Party - 63.3%
    Family First - 39.9%
    Liberal Party - 45.4%
    National Party - 32.3%
    One Nation - 25.3%

    Whatever...
    Hahaha, quality.

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    Greens: 65.7%
    Australian Democrats: 68.4%
    Labor Party: 63.5%
    Family First: 51.4%
    Liberal Party: 44%
    National Party: 43.5%
    One Nation: 39.6%

    Political Outlook: -22.7% Centre Left
    Economic Policy: -34.9% Centre Left
    Social Policy: -26.3% Centre Left
    Traditional Values: -26.3% Centre Left

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    Quote Originally Posted by FaaipDeOiad View Post
    Hahaha, quality.
    **** off.

    I really didn't like the economics questions though, found them way too iffy.



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