Vote Easy Test:

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Link It uses your responses to 20 questions to determine your perfect candidate! Topics:
  • Abortion
  • Afghanistan
  • Budget
  • Economy
  • Education
  • Energy
  • Environment
  • Guns
  • Health Care
  • Immigration
  • Marriage
  • National Security
  • Social Security

Do you finds this to be an informative index of candidate compatablity? All candidate profiles here! This includes anyone who is running as a candidate for any party or as an indepeedent.
Gotta trope, dood!
Surprising no one, ~80% similar with Obama. 'Course, since all the rest of the candidates are Republicans I disagree with them on most of the "big ones"* anyway.
They lost me. Forgot me. Made you from parts of me. If you're the One, my father's son, what am I supposed to be?
Three-Puppet Saluter
It tells me I'm equally likely to vote for Bachmann, Romney or Santorum. I don't think it's calibrated very well - and in Romney's case, they neglected to incorporate a sincerity factor.

In the unlikely event that I'm ever a politician, hell yes I'm taking that Vote Smart quiz.
Hail Martin Septim!
Well I got...

  • 78% Obama
  • 50% Jon Huntsman
  • 40% Gary Johnson

I don't even know the two other than Obama. :P

It was rather republican (but no name guys) until I got to healthcare, guns and foreign affairs.

edited 14th Nov '11 11:21:49 AM by breadloaf

5 Jeysie14th Nov 2011 11:22:07 AM from Western Massachusetts
Diva of Virtual Death
Apparently Obama matches me 87%, while the closest Republican candidate is Huntsman with 44%. No real surprise there.
Apparently I am adorable, but my GF is my #1 Groupie. (Avatar by Dreki-K)
Gunpla is amazing!
Obama 81% Huntsman 49% And uh...Buddy Roemer 40%
Results (my results):
  • Ron Paul 98%
  • Herman Cain 88%
  • Gary Johnson 85%
  • Michele Bachmann, Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum 80%
  • Rick Perry 78%
  • Newt Gingrich, Buddy Roemer 75%
  • Jon Huntsman, Jr. 65%
  • Barack Obama 15%
Alternative (using Gary Johnson as ideal):
  • Gary Johnson 95%
  • Ron Paul 87%
  • Herman Cain 76%
  • Michele Bachmann, Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum 68%
  • Jon Huntsman, Jr., Rick Perry 66%
  • Newt Gingrich, Buddy Roemer 63%
  • Barack Obama 26%
Opposite (using Obama as base):
  • Barack Obama 95%
  • Jon Huntsman, Jr. 45%
  • Buddy Roemer 35%
  • Newt Gingrich, Gary Johnson 25%
  • Rick Perry 23%
  • Michele Bachmann, Mitt Romeny, Rick Santorum 20%
  • Herman Cain, Ron Paul 13%

edited 14th Nov '11 12:05:09 PM by secretist

8 MilosStefanovic14th Nov 2011 11:46:02 AM from White City, Ruritania
Was curious.

  • Barack Obama 69%
  • Jon Huntsman 50%
  • Buddy Roemer 41%
  • Gary Johnson 40%
  • Ron Paul 34%
  • Herman Cain 28%
  • Newt Gingrich 26%
  • Rick Perry 22%
  • Mitt Romney 20%
  • Rick Santorum 20%
  • Michelle Bachmann 20%
The sin of silence when they should protest makes cowards of men.
9 carbon-mantis14th Nov 2011 03:03:46 PM from North Carolina , Relationship Status: P.S. I love you
Collector Of Fine Oddities
Every candidate but Paul, Johnson, and Gingrich got between 55 and 58 percent, with Johnson(?) getting 45%.
10 USAF71314th Nov 2011 03:48:18 PM from the United States
I changed accounts.
Obama was my best match (surprise, surprise) at 81%. Cain was my worst match, at 32% (again, what a surprise).
I am now known as Flyboy.
Proud Canadian
91% agreed with Obama. Only thing I disagree with him is I have a hardline on illgeal immigration.
If you don't like a single Frank Ocean song, you have no soul.
12 Nohbody14th Nov 2011 04:44:02 PM from Somewhere in Dixie , Relationship Status: Mu
"In distress", my ass.
Hmm. Cain and Gingrich are tied at 79% for me, but Gingrich is tagged as the best match. Bachman, Perry, Romney, and Santorum are next, tied at 75%, Paul (who I think is a fruit, personally) at 71%, Roemer and Johnson (who?) at 65%, Huntsman at 54%, and Obama waaay back at 29% (yes, black guy is at the back of the bus tongue ).

Can't say I'm all that terribly surprised, really.

I am curious, though, if that "lacks courage" thing from not taking their political courage test is from actively refusing to answer it, or just that they have other priorities.
13 Barkey14th Nov 2011 05:01:01 PM from Bunker 051 , Relationship Status: [TOP SECRET]
War Profiteer
61 percent with Obama(who I voted for in the last election)

Everyone else was hovering around with Bachmann at 42 and the second closest at 58.

There's no place in America for a pro-choice, pro-gun, pro-gay, anti-illegal immigration dude who doesn't believe he will have social security by the time he's 60.. tongue
The AR-15 is responsible for 95% of all deaths each year. The rest of the deaths are from obesity and drone strikes.
crazy and proud of it
  • Jon Huntsman: 75
  • Buddy Roemer: 66
  • A ton of people including Obama: 60
  • Everyone else: 50's... including, surprisingly, Bachman and the like

The moral of the story: either this website is pro-Jon-Huntsman, it is just plain screwed up, or maybe Jon Huntsman is the one who should really be the GOP nominee... and Obama seems to represent the whole "left" mainstream in this poll.

edited 14th Nov '11 5:44:31 PM by ssfsx17

Gunpla is amazing!

Isn't the two party system grand? tongue
crazy and proud of it
[up] Yeah... Germany is really showing one of the benefits of a modern parliament: if most people are fiscally conservative then so will the government be
Proud Canadian
[up]Can't tell if sarcasm or not.
If you don't like a single Frank Ocean song, you have no soul.
crazy and proud of it
[up] That's a discussion for another thread, as well as the whole two-party system
Well it's not biased toward Jon Huntsman. I checked him out, his policies are actually just normal sane republican stances versus all the loud-mouths we're listening to on the media these days.
Obama 83% Huntsman 47% Gary Johnson 32% Buddy Roemer 36% Ron Paul 23%
Obama 41% all the others 69-73%

No wonder I can't decide! [lol]
22 Balmung14th Nov 2011 11:03:41 PM from Omaha, NE, Free American Empire , Relationship Status: GAR for Archer
Break the Chains
I got 86% for Obama and 48% for Huntsman, followed by 43% for Roemer, and hardly anythi for anyone else.
23 TheBatPencil15th Nov 2011 02:13:06 AM from Glasgow, Scotland , Relationship Status: I'm just a hunk-a, hunk-a burnin' love
89% for Obama. No one else came close.

Must be my Commie-lovin' European tendencies shining through!
And let us pray that come it may
(As come it will for a' that)
24 Firebert15th Nov 2011 09:37:58 PM from Somewhere in Illinois
That One Guy
84% Rick Perry, followed closely by Bachmann, Romney, and Santorum, each of whom had 82%. No wonder I had no idea who to vote for. [lol]

These above list the political courage results of those who took the test.

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