Some of the questions were incredibly broad, and/or included assumptions in the question itself that I thought were a bit off. I used a lot of the option to find more answers in preference to the stock ones (since they were far too simplistic IMO). Don't even get me started on the net neutrality part. And that's before getting to the "local questions", where they managed to include a massive list of Gubernatorial candidates, yet still managed to fail to include the leading GOP candidate, who actually won second place in our open primary and is on the ticket with the sole Dem candidate for the November ballot. Odd that.
Anywho, results are interesting. Apparently, I'm a Rand Paul supporter (69%), Trump second (67%), Shapiro third (65%), then Romney (63%), then a series of other GOP folks.
Strongly, towards individualism. Centrist on Tough vs Tender. Slightly towards Privacy. Centrist on Left wing vs Right wing issues (not sure what the consider left/right though). Extremely towards Small Government. Ideology chart has me directly center right/left and at the top of the "libertarian" side.
Not terribly surprising to me really. A lot of this depends on how the survey writers think certain views align with these things. Better than most I've run across though.
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