The Political Compass

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The Political Compass is a website from Great Britain, that asks people questions to figure out if they’re Left-Authoritarian, Right-Authoritarian, Left-Libertarian or Right-Libertarian.

Definitions[change | change source]

The Political Compass uses Left to mean supporting Socialism and Right to mean supporting Capitalism. It uses Authoritarian to mean Statist. It uses Libertarian to mean Liberal.

Controversy[change | change source]

The Political Compass has been criticized by a lot of political commentators. Ben Shapiro, Destiny and Steven Crowder have all said that it’s a bad test.