DreamGoddessLindsey wrote:I scored Solid Liberal. No surprise there.
Liu Yuante wrote:Solid Liberal, not really a surprise. However, I suspect this is due to the way the quiz is structured. There were many questions where I felt like I was falling between two stools, with my actual beliefs incorporating aspects of both possible answers.
Nothing to Lose = 0%
Hard-pressed Undecideds = 0%
Global Britain = 0%
Listen to DC = 0%
If it Ain’t Broke = 24.842%
I’m Alright, Jacques = 62.096%
Citizens of the World = 13.062%
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I’m Alright, Jacques
Members of the I’m Alright, Jacques group are likely to vote to remain. They tend to be affluent, to work in the private sector, and to be engaged in current affairs. At the election this group voted Conservative over Labour by 47% to 29%, with only 1% supporting UKIP. They overwhelmingly think leaving the EU would be riskier than remaining. They are less likely than most to see leaving the EU as a way of controlling immigration, being more likely to think we won’t be able to get immigration under control even if we leave the EU, or that immigration is under control. Members of the I’m Alright, Jacques group think Britain is on the right track, and are optimistic about the future both for themselves and the country. They are much more positive than most people about multiculturalism, globalisation, capitalism and immigration.
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