Lunch Break: Political Compass Test

Lunch break: Found my political compass whilst eating potato-cheese-dill soup.  (Thanks, Sue Klein!)  Happy to find that I could be great cronies with Nelson Mandela and the Dalai Lama.

No surprise: My youthful skepticism of authority puts me way south in this grid.

Lesson learned:  I’d probably do fine living in an anti-establishment commune.

At least I’m in good company.

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6 Responses to “Lunch Break: Political Compass Test”
  1. Brittany says:

    I was in quadrant 3 as well. yay for the Dalai Lama?

  2. Jenelle says:

    Yay for the Dalai Lama! And Nelson Mandela.

  3. Your “youthful skepticism”… hhhhhmmmm. Then what is mine? My aged skepticism ?

    DID YOU KNOW?
    American English speakers spell the word for “to age” AGING while English English speakers spell is AGEING.

  4. Jenelle says:

    @lisa too far away
    You can’t fool me! You are a youthful skeptical thing! Happy birthday!

  5. Amy Swacina says:

    Jenelle, I’m rockin’ it with you, Mandela, and the Lama too. Woo Hoo. I’m a little closer to the center though. Very interesting. It was good to take the time to just think about some of those questions.

  6. Jenelle says:

    @ Amy Swacina
    It does seem the test’s language slants us towards that quadrant. Would like to know if anyone has taken this test and ended up elsewhere.

    Also, though, most of my friends have similar ways of thinking / considering authority. (I would argue this has a lot to do with postmodernity.)

    p.s. Send my affections to Madrid, please!

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