These are scores from the
online quiz, which measures political tendencies on two axes:
Although that site's system has received a sizable amount of criticism,
it does nevertheless seem more useful than the typical left-right spectrum.
I (LP) have analyzed a large numbers of scores posted in several Internet messagebards:
- The Atheist Network.
- The Cross and Flame
messageboard, a liberal-Christian one.
- Christian Forums.
- The Freethought and Rationalism Discussion Board,
which contains most of the former
Internet Infidels Discussion Board.
All references to IIDB here have been changed to references to FRDB,
though most of the FRDB scores were posted in IIDB days.
IIDB has been one of the largest nontheist messageboards.
- The Heathen Hub,
founded by Gurdur as an alternative to his Heathen Hangout.
- In All Things Love,
a Christian messageboard.
- The Infidel Guy's forums.
- The James Randi Educational Foundation Forum,
at the site of that well-known skeptic.
- Mystic Wicks,
one of the largest neopagan messageboards.
- Rants 'n Raves,
a wild and woolly IIDB spinoff.
- The Rapture Ready messageboard,
which caters to Christian fundamentalists who look forward to being Raptured.
- Secular Café,
a spinoff of TR.
a white-nationalist and neo-fascist one.
- Talk Rational!,
a spinoff of RnR.
- Theology Web.
- The Ummah Forum,
a Muslim one.
I have collected the scores I've found in several spreadsheet-friendly
(tab-delimited) files, which I've placed in this archive
I've plotted density plots of their scores in these pages:
The graphs of all these quizzes look like:
For the Fire and Ice test, you must get your x and y values from the result URL;
check the URL text field at the top when you get your result graph.
However, the other three political quizzes will give you the numbers more directly.
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