You’ve done this sort of quiz before, but most are for seppos.
Here is one apparently made by Ken Parish for the Australian context.
Here is my result.
Your broad political orientation score is -61.5%, which equates to a â€˜Leftâ€™ position
Your economic policy score score is -48.7%. This equates to a â€˜Leftâ€™ position
Your social policy score is -37.5%. This equates to a â€˜Centre Leftâ€™ position
Your traditional values score is -84.2%. This equates to a â€˜Far Leftâ€™ position
In terms of political parties:
Australian Democrats 83.3%
Labor Party 81.8%
Family First 46.7%
Liberal Party 34.9%
National Party 29.1%
One Nation 27.5%
Jason Soon is speaking to his right wing blog readership:
So two different kinds of right wingers can already be identified by looking at the individual components. One type falls over the line despite socialistic leanings and the greater propensity to protect people from their own failings simply because of a greater willingness to enforce personal values in the public sphere (as opposed to simply keeping law and order), a syndrome that is shared with the moralistic left-winger who is into vegetarianism, animal liberationism and political correctness.
Wow, I am ‘left’ but not into “vegetarianism, animal liberationism and political correctness.” No, I am the sort of left-winger that has figured out “simply keeping law and order” in any case is exactly an imposition of a certain set of values on the public. I am left because I believe that the inevitable imposition of values on the public should be democratic (not simply popularist, like the current regime of dickheads). This necessarily requires a fully informed public free from the shackles of a politico-media apparatus that relies on cultivating mass stupidity.