...meaning: This is not supposed to be about who is right or wrong but about finding out where the different members stand. This has nothing at all to do with "all opinions are equally valid". Not at all. I just don't want this thread to be about that but rather a place where everybody can present his or her position without feeling ostracized. There is ample opportunity for debate in the rest of the politics section.
I am confident that re-reading what I said you will understand.
MBTI puts us on the personality compass, so it seems appropriate to put us on the political compass.
No surprise that on the economic scale, I'm right of center (although I would have guessed further right) and socially, lean towards Libertarianism. On either axis, more moderate center since there are hot buttons for me in every quadrant so they negate each other out.
Economic Left/Right: 0.38
Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -3.38
I got put off by the first question and didn't bother continueing the test.
If economic globalisation is inevitable, it should primarily serve humanity rather than the interests of trans-national corporations.
Serving the interests of trans-national corporations inevitably servers the interest of humanity as a whole. Attempting to serve humanity without serving trans-national corporations is for people who want to live in leaf covered huts next to a river from which they catch their dinner and a little patch of land where they grow their salads. The problem is, there are too many of us to all fit next to a river with out own little patch of land, and there just won't be enough fish salads to go around for everyone.
*cough* I suppose it's typically left winged to not see through the obviously left-winged question. *cough* And there you have the answer as to my wing. :P