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Donald Trump

I side with Donald Trump on most 2016 Presidential Election issues

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Your ideology...

Right-Wing

Your political beliefs would be considered extremely Right-Wing on an ideological scale, meaning you tend to support policies that promote economic freedom and a society based on morals and values.

Your political themesbeta

Left vs Right
100

You side extremely towards “Right”, meaning you very strongly support policies that promote economic freedom and a society based on morals and values. This theme is somewhat important to you.

Pacifism vs Militarism
84

You side strongly towards “Militarism”, meaning you strongly believe we should use whatever force necessary to protect ourselves against foreign threats. This theme is somewhat important to you.

Traditional vs Progressive
82

You side strongly towards “Traditional”, meaning you strongly believe we should be a civilized nation that honors traditional morals and values. This theme is somewhat important to you.

Tough vs Tender
80

You side strongly towards “Tough”, meaning you strongly believe in tough love and have little sympathy for those that break the law or make bad choices. This theme is somewhat important to you.

Multiculturalism vs Assimilation
50

You side moderately towards “Assimilation”, meaning you believe we should be a unified culture. This theme is somewhat important to you.

Religious vs Secular
50

You side moderately towards “Religious”, meaning you support policies that reflect religious values and principles. This theme is somewhat important to you.

Laissez-faire vs Keynesian
50

You side moderately towards “Laissez-faire”, meaning you believe government intervention in economic markets leads to long term negative results. This theme is somewhat important to you.

Populism vs Elitism
34

You side moderately towards “Elitism”, meaning you believe important decisions are best made by those with the most experience and knowledge. This theme is somewhat important to you.

Regulation vs Deregulation
34

You side moderately towards “Deregulation”, meaning you believe that government regulation stifles innovation and economic prosperity. This theme is somewhat important to you.

Politically Correct vs Politically Incorrect
16

You side slightly towards “Politically Incorrect”, meaning you more often believe our society is becoming too sensitive to language that is direct and honest. This theme is somewhat important to you.

Collectivism vs Individualism
40

You side moderately towards “Individualism”, meaning you support free market policies that create opportunity for personal liberty and success. This theme is somewhat important to you.

Small Government vs Big Government
88

You side strongly towards “Small Government”, meaning you strongly believe the government is overly bureaucratic, inefficient, and wasteful. This theme is somewhat important to you.

Environmentalism vs Anthropocentrism
44

You side moderately towards “Anthropocentrism”, meaning you believe humankind is the central element of existence. This theme is somewhat important to you.

Libertarian vs Authoritarian
0

You are a centrist on Libertarian and Authoritarian issues. This theme is somewhat important to you.

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