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    Inglehart Political ideology selector

    Inglehart Political ideology selector Politics SelectSmart.com free personality test, selector quiz, matching, choose, compare.

    (100%) 1: Protestant European (e.g. Sweden, Germany)- value secularism and self-expression.

    (90%) 2: East Asian (e.g. China, Japan)- value secularism and some self-expression.

    (81%) 3: Anglo-Saxon (e.g. USA, Ireland)- value some secularism and self-expression.

    (81%) 4: Orthodox European (e.g. Russia, Romania)- value secularism and survivalism.

    (71%) 5: Catholic European (e.g. France, Portugal)- value some secularism and some self-expression.

    (62%) 6: Latin American (e.g. Brazil, Mexico)- value traditionalism and self-expression.

    (62%) 7: South Asian (e.g. India, Indonesia)- value some secularism and survivalism.

    (52%) 8: Arab (e.g. Saudi Arabia, Algeria)- value traditionalism and some self-expression.

    (43%) 9: Sub-Saharan African (e.g. Nigeria, Zimbabwe)- value traditionalism and survivalism.
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    (100%) 1: Protestant European (e.g. Sweden, Germany)- value secularism and self-expression

    (86%) 2: East Asian (e.g. China, Japan)- value secularism and some self-expression

    (82%) 3: Anglo-Saxon (e.g. USA, Ireland)- value some secularism and self-expression

    (72%) 4: Orthodox European (e.g. Russia, Romania)- value secularism and survivalism

    (69%) 5: Catholic European (e.g. France, Portugal)- value some secularism and some self-expression

    (65%) 6: Latin American (e.g. Brazil, Mexico)- value traditionalism and self-expression

    (55%) 7: South Asian (e.g. India, Indonesia)- value some secularism and survivalism

    (52%) 8: Arab (e.g. Saudi Arabia, Algeria)- value traditionalism and some self-expression

    (38%) 9: Sub-Saharan African (e.g. Nigeria, Zimbabwe)- value traditionalism and survivalism

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    (100%) 1: Protestant European (e.g. Sweden, Germany)- value secularism and self-expression

    (89%) 2: East Asian (e.g. China, Japan)- value secularism and some self-expression

    (79%) 3: Anglo-Saxon (e.g. USA, Ireland)- value some secularism and self-expression

    (79%) 4: Orthodox European (e.g. Russia, Romania)- value secularism and survivalism

    (69%) 5: Catholic European (e.g. France, Portugal)- value some secularism and some self-expression

    (59%) 6: Latin American (e.g. Brazil, Mexico)- value traditionalism and self-expression

    (59%) 7: South Asian (e.g. India, Indonesia)- value some secularism and survivalism

    (49%) 8: Arab (e.g. Saudi Arabia, Algeria)- value traditionalism and some self-expression

    (38%) 9: Sub-Saharan African (e.g. Nigeria, Zimbabwe)- value traditionalism and survivalism

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    (100%) 1: Sub-Saharan African (e.g. Nigeria, Zimbabwe)- value traditionalism and survivalism
    (90%) 2: South Asian (e.g. India, Indonesia)- value some secularism and survivalism
    (87%) 3: Arab (e.g. Saudi Arabia, Algeria)- value traditionalism and some self-expression
    (81%) 4: Orthodox European (e.g. Russia, Romania)- value secularism and survivalism
    (77%) 5: Catholic European (e.g. France, Portugal)- value some secularism and some self-expression
    (74%) 6: Latin American (e.g. Brazil, Mexico)- value traditionalism and self-expression
    (68%) 7: East Asian (e.g. China, Japan)- value secularism and some self-expression
    (64%) 8: Anglo-Saxon (e.g. USA, Ireland)- value some secularism and self-expression
    (55%) 9: Protestant European (e.g. Sweden, Germany)- value secularism and self-expression

    Strange results.

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    (100%) 1: Protestant European (e.g. Sweden, Germany)- value secularism and self-expression
    (87%) 2: Anglo-Saxon (e.g. USA, Ireland)- value some secularism and self-expression
    (87%) 3: East Asian (e.g. China, Japan)- value secularism and some self-expression
    (74%) 4: Catholic European (e.g. France, Portugal)- value some secularism and some self-expression

    (74%) 5: Latin American (e.g. Brazil, Mexico)- value traditionalism and self-expression

    (74%) 6: Orthodox European (e.g. Russia, Romania)- value secularism and survivalism

    (61%) 7: Arab (e.g. Saudi Arabia, Algeria)- value traditionalism and some self-expression

    (61%) 8: South Asian (e.g. India, Indonesia)- value some secularism and survivalism

    (48%) 9: Sub-Saharan African (e.g. Nigeria, Zimbabwe)- value traditionalism and survivalism

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    (100%) 1: Protestant European (e.g. Sweden, Germany)- value secularism and self-expression
    (93%) 2: East Asian (e.g. China, Japan)- value secularism and some self-expression
    (86%) 3: Orthodox European (e.g. Russia, Romania)- value secularism and survivalism
    (80%) 4: Anglo-Saxon (e.g. USA, Ireland)- value some secularism and self-expression
    (73%) 5: Catholic European (e.g. France, Portugal)- value some secularism and some self-expression
    (66%) 6: South Asian (e.g. India, Indonesia)- value some secularism and survivalism
    (61%) 7: Latin American (e.g. Brazil, Mexico)- value traditionalism and self-expression
    (54%) 8: Arab (e.g. Saudi Arabia, Algeria)- value traditionalism and some self-expression
    (47%) 9: Sub-Saharan African (e.g. Nigeria, Zimbabwe)- value traditionalism and survivalism

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    (100%) 1: Protestant European (e.g. Sweden, Germany)- value secularism and self-expression


    (99%) 2: East Asian (e.g. China, Japan)- value secularism and some self-expression

    (98%) 3: Orthodox European (e.g. Russia, Romania)- value secularism and survivalism

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    (100%) 1: Protestant European (e.g. Sweden, Germany)- value secularism and self-expression
    (83%) 2: East Asian (e.g. China, Japan)- value secularism and some self-expression
    (82%) 3: Anglo-Saxon (e.g. USA, Ireland)- value some secularism and self-expression
    (67%) 4: Orthodox European (e.g. Russia, Romania)- value secularism and survivalism
    (66%) 5: Catholic European (e.g. France, Portugal)- value some secularism and some self-expression
    (65%) 6: Latin American (e.g. Brazil, Mexico)- value traditionalism and self-expression
    (50%) 7: South Asian (e.g. India, Indonesia)- value some secularism and survivalism
    (49%) 8: Arab (e.g. Saudi Arabia, Algeria)- value traditionalism and some self-expression
    (33%) 9: Sub-Saharan African (e.g. Nigeria, Zimbabwe)- value traditionalism and survivalism

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    (100%) 1: Orthodox European (e.g. Russia, Romania)- value secularism and survivalism

    (94%) 2: East Asian (e.g. China, Japan)- value secularism and some self-expression

    (89%) 3: Protestant European (e.g. Sweden, Germany)- value secularism and self-expression

    (85%) 4: South Asian (e.g. India, Indonesia)- value some secularism and survivalism

    (80%) 5: Catholic European (e.g. France, Portugal)- value some secularism and some self-expression

    (74%) 6: Anglo-Saxon (e.g. USA, Ireland)- value some secularism and self-expression

    (70%) 7: Sub-Saharan African (e.g. Nigeria, Zimbabwe)- value traditionalism and survivalism

    (65%) 8: Arab (e.g. Saudi Arabia, Algeria)- value traditionalism and some self-expression

    (60%) 9: Latin American (e.g. Brazil, Mexico)- value traditionalism and self-expression

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    (100%) 1: Protestant European (e.g. Sweden, Germany)- value secularism and self-expression

    (83%) 2: Anglo-Saxon (e.g. USA, Ireland)- value some secularism and self-expression

    (83%) 3: East Asian (e.g. China, Japan)- value secularism and some self-expression

    (66%) 4: Catholic European (e.g. France, Portugal)- value some secularism and some self-expression

    (66%) 5: Latin American (e.g. Brazil, Mexico)- value traditionalism and self-expression

    (66%) 6: Orthodox European (e.g. Russia, Romania)- value secularism and survivalism

    (50%) 7: Arab (e.g. Saudi Arabia, Algeria)- value traditionalism and some self-expression

    (50%) 8: South Asian (e.g. India, Indonesia)- value some secularism and survivalism

    (33%) 9: Sub-Saharan African (e.g. Nigeria, Zimbabwe)- value traditionalism and survivalism


 

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