Wednesday, February 16, 2005

Morality Matrix Test: My Results

Via Bene Diction. I took the morality matrix test and here are my results:



Overview

Your Score

Your scored -1 on the Moral Order axis and 1.5 on the Moral Rules axis.

Matches

The following items best match your score:

System: Socialism
Variation: Moderate Socialism
Ideologies: Social Democratism
US Parties: No match.
Presidents: Jimmy Carter (85.18%)
2004 Election Candidates: John Kerry (82.18%), Ralph Nader (77.79%), George W. Bush (60.91%)
Statistics

Of the 34925 people who took the test:

0.9% had the same score as you.
22.7% were above you on the chart.
70.1% were below you on the chart.
40.1% were to your right on the chart.
52.2% were to your left on the chart.

Distribution for the United States



Distribution for United States

The chart on the right shows the distribution for all respondents for that country only. For a list of all countries, see below. Of the 25,367 respondents:

20.94% preferred Socialism.
4.48% preferred Authoritarianism.
23.55% preferred Conservatism.
29.41% preferred Liberalism.
21.61% straddled multiple political systems.
Average

The average score (red bar) was in the Capital Democratism ideology(ies).

Moral Order: -0.83
Moral Rules: -1.53
Most Popular

The most popular short test score (green bar) was in the Capital Democratism ideology(ies).

Moral Order: -2
Moral Rules: -2


The most popular long test score (grey bar) was in the Social Democratism, Social Republicanism, Capital Republicanism, Capital Democratism ideology(ies).

Moral Order: 0
Moral Rules: 0

2 Comments:

Blogger Steve Bogner said...

I came out as:

Your scored 2 on the Moral Order axis and 0 on the Moral Rules axis.

It was an interesting survey. Interesting to see where the various presidents scored - no wonder I don't really like any of them.

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