It's interesting to see that all my friends are still left libertarians - well, actually, not anymore. There a a couple of outliers over to the right. However the overall situation hasn't changed much.
I take it as obvious that I'm represented by the red dot. Yes? I now find myself just to the right (on the economic dimension) of that main cloud of people in the left-libertarian quadrant. This means, I take it, that I am definitely assessed as a left libertarian, but on the right-hand edge of a very left-leaning group.
On the social dimension, I am markedly libertarian, but no more so than most of this bunch. On this dimension I'm fairly much in the middle of all these hard-core anti-authoritarian types whom I've befriended.
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Ah, ha ha ha haahaaa... The test is cooked by muddling the Libertarian philosophy to make it seem like "Republicans who like to smoke pot."
I've always found myself in roughly the same teritory -- strongly socially libertarian, but quite moderate left economically. I've tended to attribute my comparitively centrist economics to being more keenly interested in economics, and more aware of the trade-offs inherent in economic decision making, than most.
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