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    Default What's Your Political DNA?

    Cool little test I found on msnbc. "What's Your Political DNA", it splits you into different political types.

    What are you, and does it fit?

    What'''s Your Political DNA? Take Our Quiz - NBC News
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    My result is very accurate including the demographics. Anything I highlighted blue applies or is true or for me


    Free-Range Dem



    Free-Range Dems are joiners and rabble rousers. Nearly 4 in 10 have attended an organized protest - more than twice as many as any other group. Their approval of Barack Obama is more muted than other Democrats - likely because he has not gone far enough to satisfy them.

    They support government regulation, perceive an opportunity gap in this country for all but the richest, overwhelmingly say that racial discrimination is at the heart of what is keeping blacks from getting ahead, and agree that climate change is the result of human activities. They are the cohort most opposed to the United States entering international conflicts. A majority say the government's efforts in the war on terror have infringed on individuals' privacy, more so than other Democratic groups, and they overwhelmingly don't trust government or business with their personal data.

    A majority of Free-Range Dems report volunteering and working to influence government action through a non-political group. While half are city dwellers, many want access to outdoor activities. They're the group most likely to own a compact car and most likely to get their vegetables from a farmers' market or community-sponsored agriculture (CSA) organization.

    Highly educated, Free-Range Dems are the whitest of the left-leaning groups. While most other liberal groups have more females than males proportionally, this group splits evenly. Nearly half are atheist or agnostic or don't identify with any particular religion. While this group skews younger, about 1 in 5 are over the age of 65, making them look a lot like hipsters and hippies who reject the brand label "Democrat."
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    Urban Cowboy

    Young and mostly urban, this group identifies with many conservative ideologies, but tends to resemble liberals in their lifestyle choices and preferences. They are the least likely Republican group to display an American flag or to have a gun at home. They like city living. They care less about access to outdoor activities, and more about being near art museums or cultural activities, public transportation, and being able to walk to where they want to go. They are one of the most diverse conservative groups, with about 3 in 10 being non-white. Among the Republican cohorts, they are the least likely to attend church weekly, and the most college-educated.

    Urban Cowboys say the U.S. should take a leading role in solving international conflicts. They are the most likely Republican group to support free trade over protecting American industries by limiting imports. They're somewhat divided on government's role, but lean conservative: about 7 in 10 say government regulation does more harm than good and a slim majority say the government should promote traditional values. Half say global warming is due to human causes. The group sees America as a land of fair opportunity, with 6 in 10 believing that most people have a chance to get ahead. They're divided on whether immigrants strengthen the country or are a burden.

    Urban Cowboys are moderately engaged - they are more likely to attend a protest than other Republicans, but less likely to volunteer. They report the highest Republican rate of membership in sports leagues, but the lowest rate of belonging to a church or synagogue.

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    Progressive Progressives

    Progressive Progressives are unified on a number of Democratic dogmas: 97% say government regulation of business is necessary to protect public interests; 97% say immigrants today strengthen our country; 96% say climate change is caused by human activities. Large majorities perceive the existence of income inequality and say that racial discrimination is at the root of why many blacks can't get ahead in this country. Barack Obama's approval rating is sky high among this group and they are the most likely to say the country is headed in the right direction.

    They're highly educated and tend to be urbanites, ranking public transportation and being able to walk to places as important to where they live. Nearly 1 in 3 soccer aficionados identify as Progressive Progressives. They're highly engaged, both politically and within their communities - but only about 1 in 4 belongs to a church or place of worship. More than 4 in 10 say they are atheist, agnostic or unaffiliated with any religious organization. A majority use social media to broadcast their views on political and social issues. And more than 4 in 10 have pasted political bumper stickers on the sedans, small SUVs or compact cars they drive--or placed a candidate's sign in their yards.

    hmm, not really. i'm like a blend of this, free range, and apolitical.

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    Apolitical.

    You're not much of a joiner.

    No kidding. What was your first clue?
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    Free Agent

    Free Agents are very politically engaged, posting political information online and attending events. Their lack of commitment to either party reflects a genuine uncertainty—or ideological views that do not align with either group. True independents, their attitudes divide on a number of issues, including how Barack Obama is handling his job. They're split on government regulation and whether the fight against terrorism went too far in infringing on individuals' privacy. They lean towards government not imposing conservative values on society. More of these toss-up voters say immigrants today strengthen the country, but a majority also say that blacks are personally responsible for getting ahead in society.

    Free Agents have one of the highest self-reported rates of volunteerism across the cohorts, are church-goers, and are active in local issues. They also tend to be more educated than the Apoliticals, with half having at least some college. They are more likely to be white and 3 in 10 are evangelical. Free Agents have a slight preference for small town life, but you'll find them across all metropolitan settings. They are the most likely cohort to belong to a sports league.
    I like to rock n' roll all night and *part* of every day. I usually have errands... I can only rock from like 1-3.

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    Blue-Collar Conservative

    Somewhat younger than the Rock-Solid Republicans, Blue-Collar Conservatives tend to live in rural and small-town settings where they can be near good schools and outdoor activities like hiking and fishing. Most display the American flag and keep a gun in the house - but this group drives SUVs more than pickups. Few are politically engaged - showing instead a preference for church and community activities such as youth groups and volunteer work.

    Men and women are nearly equally represented here, compared to all other Republican groups, which skew male. Their favorite holidays are Christmas and Thanksgiving, and many like watching NASCAR.
    I'm not from a rural or small-town setting and I don't have a SUV or pickup. I'm more of a sedan guy. Hiking is okay, but I've never gotten into fishing. I tend to be more interested in cycling and shooting ... although not at the same time.

    This group sees problems where other conservatives don't; they are divided 45% to 54% on whether it's just a few people at the top who are able to get ahead in today's economy or if everyone has a fair chance. Nearly half prefer government regulation of business to protect the public interest, by far the highest level among the Republican groups. They're struggling to stay in the middle class in an economy that increasingly favors the educated: 4 in 10 have just a high school degree or less, and about half have household incomes under $75,000. A third are in jobs that require some physical labor, and most prefer a protectionist stance on free trade.
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