I discovered this quiz while reading Say Uncle’s blog. Normally I would be offended by the results.
Your scored -1 on Moral Order and -6.5 on Moral Rules.
The following categories best match your score (multiple responses are possible):
Ideology: Progressive NeoLiberalism
Party: Libertarian Party
Presidents: Ronald Reagan
04′ Election: Michael Badnarik
08′ Election: Ron Paul
Of the 642,536 respondents (11,571 on Facebook):
4% are close to you.
3% are more conservative.
1% are more liberal.
51% are more socialist.
37% are more authoritarian.
However, in this case, the term Liberal was used correctly, so no offense taken.
Liberalism is a political system that blends NonConformance and Independence:
Children are born good and should be nurtured to become productive members of society.
Individual initiatives are more effective than collective ones.
Liberalism sees individual liberty as the highest values in social and economical life. It favors the right to dissent from orthodox tenets or established authorities in social or economical matters. This definition blends the social aspects of U.S. Liberalism [NonConformance] with the economic aspects of European Liberalism [Independence].
Progressive NeoLiberalism is a moderate form of Economic Liberalism.
Neoliberalism is a political philosophy and a political-economic movement beginning in the 1970s that de-emphasizes or rejects government intervention in the economy, focusing instead on achieving progress and even social justice by more free-market methods, especially an emphasis on economic growth, as measured by changes in real gross domestic product.
Progressive Neoliberalism is Neoliberalism associated with non-conforming moral values.
Economic Liberalism is the variation of Liberalism that emphasizes Independence over NonConformance.
People in this category will tend to have stronger opinions about favoring individual initiatives (lower taxes, less corporate and environmental regulations, …) than about loosening the moral order (gay rights, ecology, drug legalization,…).