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Poll about your political leanings  

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  1. 1. Are you economically?

    • Far-left
      1
    • Left
      10
    • Center-left
      4
    • Center
      6
    • Center-right
      7
    • Right
      5
    • Far-right
      3
  2. 2. Socially?

    • Far-left
      4
    • Left
      13
    • Center-left
      8
    • Center
      6
    • Center-right
      1
    • Right
      2
    • Far-right
      2
  3. 3. Which party would you support more than the others?

    • Democratic Party
      19
    • Republican Party
      10
    • Libertarian Party
      4
    • Green Party
      2
    • Constitution Party
      1
    • Socialiast Party
      0


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@HomosexualSocialist

To answer your questions (but with options that aren't on your polls):

For 1 and 2, I find the current left-right spectrum to be outmoded, overly simplisitc, unrealisitc in portrayal, and it's mere EXISTENCE as a reference point and form of terminology has caused break social and institutional harm, unrealisitc and damaging expectations on politicians and voters (including the artiificial "loyalty" thing, and "voting by left or right down the line, regardless of what's actually best for the people at the time, or for the situation, or even what's sensical or realisitc thereto), and labels (such as "libtard" and "conjob," as two select examples here and there - there are many, many, others), being applied all over the place that are nothing but mudslinging in terms of actual real affect value, and are completely unproductive and without merit.

As for 3, I don't blindly support a U.S. Party, and I believe such things as I've been hearing here and there as "pledges to support whomever one's party nominates and their term in office, if they get elected, 100% and unwaveringly", to be the height of foolishness, thoughtlessness, and "sheepishness," and reminiscent IN THAT WAY ALONE (before the usual suspects jump on me for this) of the attitudes encouraged for voters and supporters of certain extremist parties in the 1920's to 1940's. Also, strangely, in the GE in 2016, the candidate I probably would have voted for was not on your list of parties - Rocky Delafuante of the Reform/Delta Party fusion ticket. That's how BAD (read horrible, monstrous, and attrocious) all the others were in my opinion.

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