World's smallest political quiz

Although this comes from a libertarian organization, the quiz itself seems to be ok. The quiz got a good review from The Washington Post and others.
Try it, though you probably won’t be surprised at your result.
TEST WHERE YOU ARE POLITICALLY
You’ll be asked just 10 questions, and then it instantly
tells you where you stand politically. It shows your position
as a red dot on a “political map” so you’ll see exactly where you score.
The Quiz has gotten a lot of praise. The Washington Post said it
has “gained respect as a valid measure of a person’s political leanings.”
The Fraser Institute said it’s “a fast, fun, and accurate assessment
of a person’s overall political views.” Suite University said it is the
“most concise and accurate political quiz out there.”
Click here: World’s Smallest Political Quiz
If the link doesn’t work, copy this to your browser’s address bar.
http://theadvocates.org/quiz/quiz.php
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Proud to say I was right between 3rd Base and Homeplate. Right on the line between Left and Statist.
Political affiliation: undefined. personal issues 50 economic issues 10

I’m a centrist. Seems legit?

It didn’t surprise me that I was a straight liberal: 90 personal or social issues and 20 economic.
Occam

Centrist

It didn't surprise me that I was a straight liberal: 90 personal or social issues and 20 economic. Occam
I had exactly the same score! However, I answered some of the economic questions with "maybe" and that might have moderated my economics score. Lois

Yeah, I see “maybe” as recognizing that under some circumstances what might normally be, say, a “no” could be a “yes”.
Apparently they give a half point to each side for a “maybe”. Although it would be more complex, it might be more accurate if they had us give a number from, say, one to five for complete no to complete yes. (But what do you expect of those “for me or against me” Libertarian extremists? :lol: )
Occam

Yeah, I see "maybe" as recognizing that under some circumstances what might normally be, say, a "no" could be a "yes". Apparently they give a half point to each side for a "maybe". Although it would be more complex, it might be more accurate if they had us give a number from, say, one to five for complete no to complete yes. (But what do you expect of those "for me or against me" Libertarian extremists? :lol: ) Occam
Indeed! :-) Lois