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What is your type and political affiliation?

  • NTJ - Republican

    Votes: 6 6.5%
  • NTJ - Democrat

    Votes: 3 3.2%
  • NTP - Republican

    Votes: 2 2.2%
  • NTP - Democrat

    Votes: 7 7.5%
  • NFJ - Republican

    Votes: 3 3.2%
  • NFJ - Democrat

    Votes: 14 15.1%
  • NFP - Republican

    Votes: 3 3.2%
  • NFP - Democrat

    Votes: 16 17.2%
  • STJ - Republican

    Votes: 3 3.2%
  • STJ - Democrat

    Votes: 3 3.2%
  • STP - Republican

    Votes: 2 2.2%
  • STP - Democrat

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • SFJ - Republican

    Votes: 1 1.1%
  • SFJ - Democrat

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • SFP - Republican

    Votes: 1 1.1%
  • SFP - Democrat

    Votes: 1 1.1%
  • Other

    Votes: 28 30.1%
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I'm an INFP living in the US. Obviously people on PerC who don't live in the US have only the Other option to select...

I chose Other because I don't strongly associate with enough aspects of either the Democrats or Republicans to consider myself either. I tend to be associated with what a majority consider the less agreeable aspects of either party: some of the strong morally directed and more personally restrictive Republican trends alongside the more egalitarian ends of leftist Democrats (really, more akin to Socialists). For many years I have not been able to vote for many candidates of either major party with a clear conscience. :sad:
 
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I'm an INTJ and I tend to side more with democrats, but I haven't explored their position enough to really know. I'm from Canada and support the New Democratic Party's position the most. I took some time to briefly look over the democrat platform for the United States and I tend to agree with it, but again, I haven't explored it.

I side most with the NDP though, so if you'd like to explore their positions, that tends to be where I stand politically.
 

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I was expecting something like this when I clicked this thread:


Very few things could be more unspecific than just "democrat" or "republican". Especially since I don't live in the US and my only opinion on your political parties is "please God not the republicans". The democrats are imo better but still not great.
 

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INTP. Uh, I don't know. I don't agree with either of the two parties on all issues.

I probably lean right of center in both political and economic issues.
 

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I'm an INTJ and I tend to side more with democrats, but I haven't explored their position enough to really know. I'm from Canada and support the New Democratic Party's position the most. I took some time to briefly look over the democrat platform for the United States and I tend to agree with it, but again, I haven't explored it.

I side most with the NDP though, so if you'd like to explore their positions, that tends to be where I stand politically.
I'm an INFJ and my political affiliation is the same as Clyme's. I live in Canada, and for as long as I've been able to vote, I've voted for the NDP. I agree with most of their policies and I like what they stand for. I've never liked the Liberal party or the Conservative party. I'm guessing NDP shares some of the values that the Democrats have, so I'll go with Democrats.
 

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ESFJ, Republican. Neoconservative to be exact. So think John McCain, Jeb Bush, Lindsey Graham, etc. I am 100% completely against legalizing marijuana.
 

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I'm not from the US so "Democrat" and "Republican" mean nothing to me.
I'm a right wing nationalist but progressive when it comes to some social issues (I support gay marriage and legalization of marijuana).
 

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As South Park put it: it's always between a giant douche and a turd sandwich.

I've never voted due to the system being a false dilemma. I also have no intention of voting until such time as the system is fixed and those running show some sort of intelligence, logic, and understanding across their entire platforms instead of just minute areas along with pandering to the electorate's emotions in order to gain political power.
 

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The Me, Myself, And I party.
 

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INFJ. Social democrat. Supporting Bernie Sanders....I hope he survives the primaries so that I can vote for a candidate I truly believe in. Going to be great especially this will be the first presidential election where I will be eligible to vote.
If I could vote in my current country of residence (Canada) I would vote for NDP or Liberal...whichever way I have to vote that maximizes the change of the current Conservative government being ousted.
Enfp green party in Canada :)
Asking this out of curiosity, do you live in the riding where Elizabeth May is running?
 
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I refuse to give myself a political affiliation. It is maddening. I don't believe in the 2 party system and no party feels right in my skin. But I will admit that I have primarily voted democrat. I find it feels like it's all a joke since in the U.S., we are clearly experiencing an oligarchy and I feel like a puppet on a stage. I feel like these big wizards of Oz are watching me on the giant screen, smoking Cuban cigars and laughing at me. (The U.S. voter.) It feels like the joke is on me. I'll always vote though on pure principle.
 

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Voluntaryist(philosophical anarchist), Austro-libertarian.
 

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If I had to choose from the American two party system, Republican. But neither option really expresses my political position.
 
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