Political Typology Questions

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Many quizzes can be found to decipher political identity like Pew Research Center’s Political Typology Quiz, PBS Newshour’s The Political Party Test, and the I Side With Presidential Candidates quiz found on isidewith.com. Some may have entered into the quizzes with their political identity already deciphered or with no idea what the result would be. However, some like I may have had an inclination towards one view, but not realizing just how much or little they fit into its category. The quizzes taken asked questions in which one’s answers were then taken and analyzed to place them in a certain political category. In most quizzes, once that political identity is deciphered it is explained and elaborated on so that the reader knows in detail…show more content…
This quiz took into consideration the answers I supplied to many different questions and compared those answers to what the current Presidential Candidates would state as their answers. I agree with this quiz as I already had an educated idea of which candidates I was leaning towards if I were capable of voting. Many of the answers I gave matched up with democratic candidates with few similarities to the large amount of conservative candidates. This quiz informs people about their similarities with the potential leaders of this country and can help them determine which people to consider voting…show more content…
The popular democratic view on sexual orientation is that it should never be something that someone is discriminated or declined rights for. No matter how small the rights may seem nobody should be declined that right because of their natural attraction to the opposite sex or both sexes, the need to be the opposite gender, gender fluid, no gender identification, having no sexual attraction to either sex, and so on. Sexual orientation is not a thing that can be chosen and many conservative peoples argue this fact. The idea that conservatives base their defiance towards homosexuals is the idea that parents of the same sex cannot raise a child in the way that parents of opposite sex could. This conservative idea is rational, but simply not true as the American Psychological Association states the “psychological and social aspects” between homosexual and heterosexual relations are very similar and make both equally fit to care for a child. Many conservatives see anything other than being attracted to the opposite sex a sin because of arguable biblical textual aspects. Biblical references are interoperated in accordance to one’s individualistic ideas and cannot be used as concrete evidence in any situation. There are points to the popular consensus among conservatives that peoples of sexual orientation other than between man and women are not considered
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