You scored 13% temperature (higher=warmer), 71% gravity(higher=more gravity), and 30% for the size of your planet.
From what I've gathered, you appear to prefer a planet that is colder, smaller, and has lots of gravity. Well my friend, that planet does not exist. However I think you'll be pleasantly surprised at the planet I have found for you. It's a lot bigger than you were expecting, but your new home is Jupiter!
The average temperature of your new home is a frigid -244 F. Don't count on any relief in the summer time, because Jupiter doesn't have any seasons. Time may not fly on Jupiter, but your days certainly will. They only last 10 Earth hours. Of course your years will go much slower. By the time you are 7 years old you will probably be ready for a nursing home.
Make sure you are ready for the tremendous gravity on your new world. It's 250% of Earth's gravity. Expect to be under 4 feet tall by the end of your life with all that force dragging you down. It will take some getting used to.
Since Jupiter is so massive, there will be many smaller communities throughout your world. Perhaps you may wish to live on its famous Great Red Spot. Actually, I noticed that you may want a planet that is more technologically advanced than Jupiter will be. It's so big that you will never have the convenience of a company like Walmart taking over your world. If that is your sort of thing, I suggest you check out one of Jupiter's many moons. My recommendation is Europa... there may even be water for you to drink and swim in beneath the moon's icy surface. Enjoy your new home!