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Fair is following the rules, getting what you work for, what you agree to, and what you have a right to, and recognizing ability, while also taking into consideration equality of opportunity, responsibility, and power.
You might prefer that government policy reinforce conventional values.
You would probably agree with the statement that "People Make the World". In other words, that people's circumstances are usually within their control.
A traditional society, where government supports and protects, sets policy and rules of behavior, where the leader's role is to keep infrastructure, look after the citizenry, and uphold authority, and where citizens respect and obey their leaders--what George Lakoff calls the "Strict Father" model of government--might appeal to you.
You might favor well-defined roles, a well-defined system of rules, and worry that social deviance will disrupt those rules, while also being concerned about economic and foreign threats.
You might rely on experts to establish rules and keep society in proper bounds, believing that nature is both perverse and resilient, such that it can be exploited up to a point, but not beyond.
You might fall in the South-Easterly direction on Dr. Paul Ray's New Political Compass, and probably fall in the Right-wing (Conservative) quadrant of the World's Smallest Political Quiz.
If someone were to criticize you in a political debate, they'd might accuse you of not caring about people. On the other hand, it's possible that you've accused someone (holding political opinions different from your own) of either being soft or corrupt.
Here are all twelve possible results for the test: