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  1. #11
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    38% John McCain
    35% Duncan Hunter
    33% Alan Keyes
    33% Ron Paul
    30% Bill Richardson
    30% Fred Thompson
    28% Rudy Giuliani
    100% David Duke
    100% Tom Metzger
    100% Derek Vinyard
    etc. etc.

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    58% Kucinich
    53% Mike Gravel
    53% Cynthia McKinney
    48% Clinton
    43% Edwards
    43% Obama

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    What's with this mix? I guess this is why I can't pick a party.

    Mike Gravel
    Total 28%
    Social 25%
    Economic 29%

    Fred Thompson
    Total 25%
    Social 13%
    Economic 33%

    Dennis Kucinich
    Total 23%
    Social 25%
    Economic 21%

    John McCain
    Total 23%
    Social 13%
    Economic 29%

    Cynthia McKinney
    Total 23%
    Social 25%
    Economic 21%

    Barack Obama
    Total 23%
    Social 19%
    Economic 25%

    Hillary Clinton
    Total 23%
    Social 19%
    Economic 25%

    Alan Keyes
    Total 20%
    Social 13%
    Economic 25%

    Rudy Giuliani
    Total 18%
    Social 25%
    Economic 13%

    Ron Paul
    Total 18%
    Social 13%
    Economic 21%

    John Cox
    Total 18%
    Social 19%
    Economic 17%
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    John Edwards
    Total 15%
    Social 13%
    Economic 17%

    Duncan Hunter
    Total 13%
    Social 6%
    Economic 17%

    Mitt Romney
    Total 10%
    Social 6%
    Economic 13%

    Mike Huckabee
    Total 8%
    Social 0%
    Economic 13%

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    This test is going to hell for giving me almost my exact opposite person.
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    55% Barack Obama

    53% Hillary Clinton

    50% Cynthia McKinney

    50% Dennis Kucinich

    the rest seemed irrelevant.
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    50% Hillary Clinton
    45% Dennis Kuchinich
    45% Barack Obama
    45% Ron Paul
    40% Mike Gravel
    38% John Edwards
    20% Fred Thompson
    18% John McCain
    15% Mike Huckabee
    13% Mitt Romney
    13% Rudy Giuliani
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    I don't agree with Kucinich on everything (and strongly disagree on a few things), but overall, he is the one I like the most. Of the rest of them, I like Hillary for her practical idealism (she seems like a jaded XNFX to me, and I see more of myself reflected in her than the other candidates), Edwards for his strong beliefs, Obama for his optimisim (even if I think its just waiting to be crushed by reality), and McCain for his honesty. I also liked Biden, but he did not show up in my results so I don't know how that would have scored, but in order of preference with no regard to the test, the order I supported (and still do) is Kucinich > Hillary > Biden > Edwards > Obama > McCain > Paul.

    Issues important to me
    Civil Liberties
    Health Care Reform
    Campaign Finance Reform
    Progress in Technology (subsidies/grants for research of ALL kinds)
    Fiscal Responsibility
    Economy
    Separation of Chruch and State
    Oh, and having a leader capable of comprehending the implications of their words and actions is very important too.

    Clinton - 60%
    S - 56
    E - 63

    Kucinich - 60%
    S - 50
    E - 67

    Obama - 60%
    S - 44
    E - 71

    McKinney - 58%
    S - 56
    E - 58

    Edwards - 58%
    S - 44
    E - 67

    Gravel - 53%
    S - 38
    E - 63

    Paul - 48%
    S - 56
    E - 42

    McCain - 23%
    S - 19
    E - 25

    Cox - 20%
    S - 31
    E - 13

    Giuliani - 20%
    S - 38
    E - 8

    Huckabee - 20%
    S - 31
    E - 13

    Thompson - 20%
    S - 19
    E - 21

    Keyes - 15%
    S - 13
    E - 17

    Romney - 13%
    S - 19
    E - 8

    Hunter - 13%
    S - 19
    E - 8

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