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Um, no. Just read the questions. I got my masters in marketing research those questions are loaded to say the least. Unless you have some sort of qualification in marketing research and specifically survey design, implementation, monitoring, and analysis results, please do not engage with me pertaining to this particular subject matter. I went to school for a while to learn this and then did this for a job.
Those questions are loaded. As an example, one question I got: which is more important in a society an artist or a medical doctor.
Please in your vast knowledge and understanding on marketing research, explain to me how that is not a loaded and baited question, I will be waiting in earnest for your reply.
Whether you claim to be a democrat or a republican, I really don't care but those questions are loaded.
Obviously the questions are loaded. They are meant to be surface questions that illicit a more in-depth political response.
Simply asking, "Are you for Medicare?" doesn't actually provide anything more meaningful than someone's stance on Medicare. And, obviously, that brings in all sorts of hot-button based, previous bias. Asking, "Are you for government assistance with regards to pharmaceutical products?" provides a slightly better, albeit not perfect question.
While the site isn't perfect, it does what it is supposed to. Namely, get you a decent range on where you fall on a more accurate political spectrum.
Haha I'm more liberal than just about everyone I've seen post here
Errr the test I took was statements that you rated anywhere from 'Strongly Agree' to 'Strongly Disagree'.
Don't see how you were asked a question- if so then you took the wrong test.
Also, I may not have a qualification in marketing research, but I do have a Master's degree from Alabama in Communication Studies and not only took classes on research methods but obviously I applied them well enough to use them to create surveys that allowed me to complete my practicum project and receive a graduate degree.
The questions aren't perfect but neither are they so loaded as you think. They accomplish their primary function in a way that allows the test to do it's job which is to provide a general range fir what someone's political leanings are.
But but you don't have a master's degree in some stupid program that all of like 5 schools offer.
Not true. I was doing fine until the fag questions.
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