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  • Socially I lean more to the right

    13 17.81%
  • Socially I am neutral

    13 17.81%
  • Socially I lean more to the left

    43 58.90%
  • Fiscally I lean more to the right

    28 38.36%
  • Fiscally I am neutral

    15 20.55%
  • Fiscally I lean more to the left

    26 35.62%
  • I am a NT

    33 45.21%
  • I am a NF

    21 28.77%
  • I am a SP

    7 9.59%
  • I am a SJ

    6 8.22%
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  1. #41
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    Here is mine:

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    BTW, I hate what they write about libertarianism being "Darwinian," "extremely right-wing," and in favor of (or, at least, not against) "strong law and order positions." That is just wrong.
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    It really depends on the issue, but I picked right for both, mostly because I knew almost nobody else would.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    It really depends on the issue, but I picked right for both, mostly because I knew almost nobody else would.
    Ha, I was about to argue with you because of all of the fiscal right people, but out of them all only two picked both fiscally right and socially right (and one was you).
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    I left the social option blank, because I'm not sure how each term is defined. For instance, I'm against a constitutional amendment banning flag-burning, and I support the second amendment. Both prioritize individual rights that do not directly impact the rights of others, yet they are commonly viewed as being on opposite sides of the left/right social divide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lowtech redneck View Post
    I left the social option blank, because I'm not sure how each term is defined. For instance, I'm against a constitutional amendment banning flag-burning, and I support the second amendment. Both prioritize individual rights that do not directly impact the rights of others, yet they are commonly viewed as being on opposite sides of the left/right social divide.
    Yeah, it was kind of weird, which is why I just went with "neutral".
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    Here is mine.

    Personally I am really a strict social conservative on myself, but I don't normally care what others do. Fiscally, I am a socialist.

    EDIT: Oh yeah, I am a vegetarian that loves guns by the way... wierd huh?

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    Hmm, 10 minutes of incredibly unscientific tallying later:

    * Only two SJs, so bear with me. Also I just counted Victor as an NF, for kicks.
    Social: Left-SJ SP NT NF - Right
    Fiscal: Left- NF NT SP SJ- Right
    " be a social and fiscal issue?
    A little bit more improvised crunching:

    Social: Left-___SJ_SP__NT___NF____________________-Right
    (With "left"=0, "neutral=0.5", "right=1")
    (average: SJ=0.200, SP=0.214, NT=0.278, NF=0.409)

    Fiscal: Left-_________NF_________NT__SJ__SP________-Right
    (average: NF=0.273, NT=0.579, SJ=0.600, SP=0.708)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colors View Post
    A little bit more improvised crunching:

    Social: Left-___SJ_SP__NT___NF____________________-Right
    (With "left"=0, "neutral=0.5", "right=1")
    (average: SJ=0.200, SP=0.214, NT=0.278, NF=0.409)

    Fiscal: Left-_________NF_________NT__SJ__SP________-Right
    (average: NF=0.273, NT=0.579, SJ=0.600, SP=0.708)
    Holy crap, that is awsome, thanks for doing that!!!!

    +7 browny points.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angry Ayrab View Post
    Holy crap, that is awsome, thanks for doing that!!!!

    +7 browny points.
    I especially appreciate the visual charting on the left-right scales.

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    No worries, just leftover guilt.

    Long-rambling statistical nightmare story: In high school, somehow I got dumped with "slur/name-calling surveys" a previous club president had given out. Now I know that obviously he hadn't known anything about sample sizing because to sample the school, he'd.... provided enough paper survey forms for every single student on campus through English classes, which are required for all students. I estimate about 40-70% of those were returned, which was amounted to a ridiculous amount of paperwork for me, due to the complexity of the survey:
    -Separated by gender, grade level, and ethnicity- at least 4 different distinctions and "other"/"mixed ( Plenty of high-school kids don't know what "caucasian" is, alright?)
    -Approximately 18 questions total- most of which had 5 different answer options (Damn those "how often" questions!:steam
    -Additional comments
    We'd managed to tally about half and I managed to type in a table form of about half of those. The guilt of not completing this socially relevant task keeps them nicely in a corner of my closet despite the fact that I have long since graduated.
    *Bascially I found out that plenty of high school students generally don't give a shit about calling someone a "FOB"-fresh off the boat" or someone a "fag" or something "gay". And to a lesser extent, gender slurs and mental-disability slurs. The worst offenders are chronic due to the fact that their particular social circle is rife. Most of the others don't think about it much at all. And then there's the minority group which find slurs intensely offensive and demoralizing. Across the board, all student groups perceive that authority figures don't care about and/or ignore slur usuage.

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