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Moral Attitudes Results


Based on your answers to the previous questions, your overall score on a conservative/liberal dimension of moral attitudes--compared with the general population--puts your percentile at 77, with the 99th percentile indicating the most liberal possible rating. Another way of explaining this is to say that out of 100 randomly-selected people, you will most likely be more liberal than 77 of them.

  • You tend to hold progressive/liberal values, but are more traditional on some aspects.
  • When it comes to social morals, you feel that society's current laws need to be more liberal and flexibile across the board.
  • You believe that government is too conservative and would prefer it to change several of its political and practices.

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