Or so it’s been determined by the “Vote Compass” survey tool.
Long time readers of this blog know that I just love these things. Some may scoff at such academic poli-sci contrivances, but I actually think they’re quite informative utilities to help sort things out in terms of what one’s political orientation is relative to the current matrix of issues and parties.
It’s a worthwhile exercise (provided you answer the questions honestly) and I would encourage everyone to give it a whirl.
h/t: JKG in the comments for the link.
p.s. Aside from where you might stand individually, when you look at that diagram, do you see an obvious problem illustrated re vote-splitting? There are four parties (three outside of Quebec) vying for that upper left quadrant and the Harpercons are completely unchallenged in the bottom right quadrant. Essentially, they don’t need to do anything but stick to their guns (so to speak) and they’ll end up with another minority, at the very least.