I got Johnson and Paul, really high.
Wrights, McMillan, Roemer were next. Who the hell are they. I don't know enough about any of these people to cast a vote for them. I guess that is sad, but not entirely my fault. Clearly they don't stand a chance either, as you say.
It says I agree more with Romney than Obama - but I'd never vote for Romney, are you kidding me?
Obama was at the bottom. I agreed with him 75% on social issues & science, but disagreed on domestic/economy/foreign policy.
I agreed with Mesplay and McMillan on environment.
I'd really like to see a retro version of this for 2008, with Obama's original platform. I almost voted for Obama at that time. Things have changed, and I guess I have too.
I wish this guyhttp://www.ted.com/talks/jonathan_haidt_on_the_moral_mind.html
had been speaking where I could hear him, about 15 years ago.
I enjoyed taking the morality surveys at his site, www.yourmorals.org
. Check 'em out if you like this kind of thing. =) It tells you how your responses to moral questions line up with others who identify as liberal or conservative.