When I compare with the results of my comrades, Marta and I seem to have the same (moderate) view on moral issues, while Magnus gets quite extreme with his -5,5 on the Moral Order axis (did you mark the "Religion should not exist"-box, man?). On the other hand, me and Marta are seem to be more radical than Magnus on the Moral Rules axis. Magnus's "Moral Socialism" is described as follows:
"People in this category will tend to have have stronger opinions about loosening the moral order (gay rights, ecology, drug legalization,...) than about expanding collective initiatives (social programs, industry regulation...)."
So when Magnus brags about being to the left of Social Democracy (and being Green...) he ignores that this means that he is not as keen on economic justice as he is on moral liberalism. Seems quite latte left to me.
Would be nice to see some UK people doing this US test - just for fun...
Your scored -3.5 on the Moral Order axis and 3.5 on the Moral Rules axis.
The following items best match your score:
Variation: Moderate Socialism
Ideologies: Social Democratism
US Parties: No match.
Presidents: Jimmy Carter (84.38%)
2004 Election Candidates: Ralph Nader (84.38%), John Kerry (75.59%), George W. Bush (46.88%)