Credits & Info
- Jul 23, 2007 | 9:40 PM EDT
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Here is a little quiz to help you decide who to vote for. It's different than other quizs, in that I found simple [yes] or [no] buttons a bit confusing, because sometimes you don't know the context of what you're voting for in the topic. For example, if you vote [yes] on the immigration topic, are you saying "yes, allow them", or are you saying "yes, deport them"? You have to know the context or slant of the topic! In the event that I myself got confused by this, all the top buttons are [yes], and the bottoms ones are [no]. Did I mix any up?
I tried to cover the talking points of both sides in 4 lines of text. The points I used are all things I've actually heard from people with that view, so I'm just telling it like it is! Just choose the view that's closest to your own, and see what you come up! You'll be surprised, it's almost guaranteed that the person you like now is not the most similar.
Because this quiz doesn't measure the "weight" of an issue, and some candidates miss out on points due to unknown positions, consider the results a "rough" estimate (consider the top 5 maybe?). I might add this feature in the future. I'll also release the source as soon as I'm not ashamed of my spaghetti code! Keep leaving suggestions, I'm listening!