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    Default On The Issues VoteMatch quiz

    http://www.ontheissues.org/Quiz/Quiz2016.asp
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    You don't need to choose a set of candidates at the top, but choose "2016 Presidential primaries" if you wish. (At the end of the quiz, on the results page after submitting your answers, you can change the set of candidates at the bottom of the page, and 'resubmit' your answers.
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    (My results)
    2016 Presidential primaries
    http://www.ontheissues.org/Quiz/resu...=3&q19=5&q20=1

    Political parties
    http://www.ontheissues.org/Quiz/resu...=3&q19=5&q20=1

    Supreme Court Justices ( possibly also out of date)
    http://www.ontheissues.org/Quiz/resu...=3&q19=5&q20=1

    Senators (seems to be out-of-date: also, 'My top 10 Incumbents' seems to work, but not the full 100)
    http://www.ontheissues.org/Quiz/resu...=3&q19=5&q20=1

    "Your Political Philosophy"
    http://www.ontheissues.org/Quiz/poli...=3&q19=5&q20=1
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    Your Score
    You scored the following on the PoliticsMatch questions:
    Personal Score 84%
    Economic Score 17%
    Where You Fit In
    Where your Personal score meets your Economic score on the grid below is your political philosophy. Based on the above score, you are a Hard-Core Liberal .
    Top Presidential:

    Total 60%


    Social 75%


    Bernie Sanders
    Independent Jr Senator; running for Democratic nomination


    Top Overall:


    Total 75%


    Social 95%


    Patrick Leahy
    President Pro Tempore of the Senate

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    Personal Score 34%
    Economic Score 75%
    Libertarian-Leaning Conservative

    http://www.ontheissues.org/Quiz/resu...=4&q19=3&q20=2

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    My top two were equal:

    Barock Obama:

    Total 50%
    Social 60%
    Econ 40%

    Bernie

    Total 50%
    Social 75%
    Econ 25%

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    Liberal-Leaning Libertarian

    based on the candidates for Presidency


    economic: 60% Rand Paul
    1. He Strongly opposes Obamacare, while I'm neutral. In theory, if it works, it can save people money and make things more effective. In practice the government often fails to deliver what it intends to.
    2. He Strongly opposes higher taxes on the wealthy, while I'm neutral. In theory, if the taxes are used to help stimulate more overall wealth, I can support higher taxes, but it depends on what's done with the money. Otherwise, it's not much different than the government using an excuse to take more money and waste it.

    Social: 70% Bernie Sanders
    1. He Strongly opposes keeping God in the Public Sphere, while I'm neutral and accept that sometimes people need a reason to do good, be good, improve community, or to simply use it as some kind of crutch. But this only works if people don't use religion to hate and punish other people.

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    Populist-Leaning Conservative

    Top: Huckabee, Cruz, Jindal

    Bottom: Sanders

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