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Old 10-05-2012, 10:39 PM
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Jes had me take this ages ago so I had to go dig through some stuff to find my results since I'm so not taking that again

Obama 88%
Jill Stein 83%
Rocky Anders 76%
Gary Johnson 71%
Mitt Romeny 18%

91% Democratic
86% Green
36% Libertarian
7% Republican
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Old 10-05-2012, 10:46 PM
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Gary Johnson- 89%
Barack Obama- 76%
Jill Stein- 71%
Mitt Romney- 68%

Democrat- 77%
Libertarian- 72%
Green- 69%
Republican- 58%

I am surprised that Obama came in that high since I disagree with all his economic policies for the most part. I think part of the problem is that you can't rank each section overall. For me economic policies are the most important at this time. So even though I agree with Obama on 'science issues' it's not as big of a deal to me.

Anyways, I am fairly moderate and tend to think of myself as a libertarian. Unfortunately in my state you can only vote republican or democrat.
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Old 10-05-2012, 10:54 PM
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Answering straight yes or no on all questions ended dropping Obama down to 66%, Romney to 73%, Stein to 75%, and Johnson to 88%.
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Old 10-05-2012, 10:58 PM
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Although I'm not American so it doesn't really matter but it came out mostly how i expected.
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Old 10-06-2012, 12:11 AM
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I think part of the problem is that you can't rank each section overall.
You can rate each question, though, and then at the end it'll give you an overall rating for each section.
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Old 10-06-2012, 06:59 AM
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Gary Johnson (83%)
Mitt Romney (79%)
Virgil Goode (70%)
Barack Obama (54%) - I'm surprised its even that much.

I side with Mitt Romney on all of the issues that are important to me (immigration, health care, foreign policy).

I don't know the other candidates but its nice to see that my choice is fairly accurate based on this quiz.
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Old 10-06-2012, 08:57 AM
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I am surprised that Obama came in that high since I disagree with all his economic policies for the most part. I think part of the problem is that you can't rank each section overall. For me economic policies are the most important at this time. So even though I agree with Obama on 'science issues' it's not as big of a deal to me.

Anyways, I am fairly moderate and tend to think of myself as a libertarian. Unfortunately in my state you can only vote republican or democrat.
This. Economic issues are the most important to me, so although I do agree with the democratic view on science and social issues (gay marriage, for instance), it's not enough for them to get my vote.
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Old 10-06-2012, 10:36 AM
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This. Economic issues are the most important to me, so although I do agree with the democratic view on science and social issues (gay marriage, for instance), it's not enough for them to get my vote.

Some of those social issues, I am for too, like gay marriage...it's fine by me. But the most important to me is the economics and giving the government less power...less involvement in things that should be left up to the states or other smaller, private sectors. Without sound economics, our country will fall. Loss of liberty will continue if we don't get the government out of so much that they're into. So, Obama has demonstrated huge increases in spending and is too much in favor of regulating too many things on the federal level. So, absolutely not for Obama.

If you worry about all the other social issues, like health care, abortion, and whatnot, it's like going into a building that's engulfed in flames to take a burning cigarette off a couch. We must get our economy healthier and be free of the federal government's over-the-top regulation because if we don't, none of the other things will be dealt with either. The feds are involved in so much that is completely unconstitutional. They are only suppose to be involved in a very few specific situations....they're blown up way out of control. And Obama is for perpetuating that in many, many ways. We're suppose to be able to make choices and decide things on a smaller level and we're giving it all away to big government.
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Old 10-06-2012, 03:17 PM
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Some of those social issues, I am for too, like gay marriage...it's fine by me. But the most important to me is the economics and giving the government less power...less involvement in things that should be left up to the states or other smaller, private sectors. Without sound economics, our country will fall. Loss of liberty will continue if we don't get the government out of so much that they're into. So, Obama has demonstrated huge increases in spending and is too much in favor of regulating too many things on the federal level. So, absolutely not for Obama.

If you worry about all the other social issues, like health care, abortion, and whatnot, it's like going into a building that's engulfed in flames to take a burning cigarette off a couch. We must get our economy healthier and be free of the federal government's over-the-top regulation because if we don't, none of the other things will be dealt with either. The feds are involved in so much that is completely unconstitutional. They are only suppose to be involved in a very few specific situations....they're blown up way out of control. And Obama is for perpetuating that in many, many ways. We're suppose to be able to make choices and decide things on a smaller level and we're giving it all away to big government.
This! My thoughts too.
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Old 10-06-2012, 03:28 PM
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I took this the other day and I remember I was 1% Republican
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