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Which presidential candidate mirrors your opinions the most?

post #1 of 44
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Just a few questions and the results are quite interesting, I had never heard of Gary Johnson before 5 minutes ago...
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Originally Posted by ethanhawke33 View Post

Just a few questions and the results are quite interesting, I had never heard of Gary Johnson before 5 minutes ago...
http://www.isidewith.com/presidential-election-quiz
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He's very appealing.
post #3 of 44
I had a tie (76 percent) with Mittens and Gary Johnson. I've been a Mitt supporter for some time but I was surprised that they have him and Johnson so closely matched for me.
post #4 of 44
I was surprised that I hit 96% for Mitt.
post #5 of 44
Wow.. I hit 79% with Obama. I was probably the most 'Republican' for the economics-related questions :P
post #6 of 44
91% with the green party candidate (Jill Stein) and 89% with Obama. 1% with Mittens.

No real surprise there.
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crackup[1].gif I know this thing is broken. Put me 86% with Obama.
post #8 of 44
ron paul 84%
jill stein 79%
gary johnson 76%
obama 66%
romney 44%


gary johnson is the libertarian party's candidate right?



would you vote for a candidate that you agree with a lot, but you know will not win or would you vote for a candiate that you agree with somewhat, but you think can win
post #9 of 44
Ron Paul. Ron Paul. 86%.
post #10 of 44
Is the quiz broken, or is it just that identity politics is stupid?
post #11 of 44
These political scales are always kind of shitty. This one is much better than most though. The weird thing is that of all the opinions which are uniquely Ron Paul's, I don't think I shared any of them.
post #12 of 44
Last question is kind of dumb, since stem cell research is currently legal but doesn't receive any funding. The default answer of "Yes" is just the status quo.
post #13 of 44

Obviously he's no longer in the race, but I consistently "sided" with Jon Huntsman in any previous versions of this type of thing I did. I miss him as the voice of reason in the GOP..

JH 2016.

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Originally Posted by indesertum View Post

would you vote for a candidate that you agree with a lot, but you know will not win or would you vote for a candiate that you agree with somewhat, but you think can win

The former. I live in California and the last time a Republican candidate carried the state... the candidate was from the state, oh and he opposed a lifeless carcass named Dukakis.
post #15 of 44

Mitt, is by far, the most qualified candid (as a leader who gets results) we have seen maybe ever.

 

Fixed Bain

Fixed Bain Capital - had their best years ever under him

Fixed Olympics

 

Guy is a beast.

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