I was curious how answering "strongly" affects the results, so I did it again answering only agree/disagree and I got -6, -4.72; then I tried answering "strongly" every time and got -10, -10
I guess I'm not really sure what that demonstrates, or which is "more accurate" but I thought it interesting. Mood and survey-taking strategy influence your reported political position?
I most consider myself a Democratic Socialist, and I value welfare and economic regulation as well as civil rights.
The quiz is highly Ameri-centric - and also highlights that America has a language problem when it comes to politics. Even this two-axis graph condenses a lot of disparate positions into each axis, but most American political discourse imagines only one spectrum which it calls left/right and liberal/conservative interchangeably.