American Political Quiz         

American Political Quiz

American Political Quiz

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Are you a Libertarian?

Simply answer "Yes" if you mostly agree, "Maybe" if you're unsure, and "No" if you are opposed.

*Note, there is only one rule for this quiz.  If you are unsure about a question, do not like the way it is worded, or just don't know, answer Maybe. 

1. Do you support less federal taxes for both individuals and corporations?


2. Do you think federal entitlement programs such as Welfare, Medicare, Prescription Drugs, and Public Housing have gone too far, and need to be cut back?


3. Do you support private Property Rights and oppose Eminent Domain seizures by federal, state and local governments?


4. Do you believe that the US needs to be more Energy independent, and that oil drilling in Alaska and off other Coastlines should be permitted?


5. Would you like to see us move towards a system of gradual privatization of Social Security, allowing young people to opt out of the system, while still providing benefits to those who earned them?


6. Do you support Choice in Education, and believe that parents should be able to decide where to send their kids to school, including home schooling?


7. Do you believe that individuals over 18 should be permitted to download adult content from the internet free from government interference including, graphic images and sexually explicit music?


8. Do you think that adults should have the right to engage in all sorts of gambling, including, internet gaming, sports betting, and slots?


9. Do you believe that Seat Belt Laws violate an individual's right to decide for themselves and should be repealed?


10. Do you support the All-Volunteer Armed Forces and oppose recent calls for a return to the Military Draft?

Now add up your scores. 

Your Score? 

1 point for "Yes"

.5 for "Maybe"



If you answered "Yes" to 7 to 8 questions (or your score adds up to 7 to 8) you have definite libertarian leanings.    You are essentially a "Fiscal Conservative," or "Enterpriser."  The Republican Party is a natural home for you. If you answered "Yes" to 9 or 10 (or your total scores add up above 9.0) you are definitely a Libertarian.   The Republican Liberty Caucus (GOP's libertarian wing) best represents your views.   

If you scored as a Fiscal Conservative or Libertarian, Congratulations! 

We now invite you to visit the gateway to the Libertarian movement:

Other Scores:

1 - 3 = Liberal/Socialist.   You support bigger government.

4 - 5 = Moderate/Centrist.  You support essentially the same amount of government, bigger in some areas, smaller in others. 

6 - 7 = Conservative.  You support somewhat lesser government in some areas. 

If you scored less than Libertarian-leaning we invite you to browse around at our other pages, and learn some more about libertarian values.  We also have some recommended books and other materials that we'd like to suggest.  We hope you'll try the test again, after you've learned more.  And please invite your friends to take the test, as well. 


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