My new-found interest in psychometrics finds some nourishment in CBC’s Vote Compass, a purveyor of a two-dimensional political spectrum where respondents can compare themselves with Ontario’s four somewhat recognized political parties, in anticipation of the upcoming provincial election. It’s a 30-item Likert-scale questionnaire. Here’s a graphic of my result:
This survey instrument offers a second round in which one can assign a personal priority to each issue; a feature I am considering adding to the Agnostic Ideology Sorter, as it would be a practical application for what I call the maxhi schema. My profile after completing that part of the survey looks like this:
No surprise there.