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I side with Democrats on most political issues
Parties you side with...
on science, healthcare, environmental, domestic policy, economic, immigration, and foreign policy issues.
on social, environmental, healthcare, science, domestic policy, immigration, economic, and foreign policy issues.
on social, environmental, science, healthcare, immigration, foreign policy, and economic issues.
Parties you side with by issue...
More important to me
I side with Democrats and Green Party on most environmental issues
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Your political themesbeta
You side moderately towards “Progressive”, meaning you believe we should be a nation that values personal freedom, expression, and diversity. This theme is more important to you.
You side strongly towards “Tender”, meaning you strongly believe in showing compassion, empathy, and rehabilitation for small-time criminals or those struggling with addiction. This theme is more important to you.
You side moderately towards “Pacifism”, meaning you believe we should use non-violent diplomatic discussion to resolve conflicts. This theme is more important to you.
You side moderately towards “Collectivism”, meaning you believe policy should protect and support the best interests of all citizens. This theme is somewhat important to you.
You side extremely towards “Big Government”, meaning you very strongly believe the government should do more to address social inequality, corruption, and assistance for its citizens. This theme is somewhat important to you.
You side moderately towards “Multiculturalism”, meaning you believe we should celebrate and embrace cultural diversity. This theme is somewhat important to you.
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