I have taken this test a few times over the years, and have always ended up in much the same position. However, I should say that I do not like the test particularly consisting, as it does, of a range of answers (from Strongly Agree to Strongly Disagree) to questions that are often false dichotomies.
In this way, one is often forced to agree or disagree with a situation that one might consider utterly irrelevent, with a lack of information on how these ideas might be achieved; similarly, the questions often lack a further nuance which would allow one to decide more accurately. Like most tests of this sort, it is a function of the prejudices of those setting the test.
For instance, one of the questions asks whether one would legalise marijuana, but never asks about the general panoply of drugs. After all, I know many people who would legalise marijuana who would not legalise other drugs.
However, it is better than most; all I am pointing out is that I do not ascribe to it the near-mythical status that some do. Anyway, given these caveats, here are my results.
There's no real surprises there, I don't think, apart from the fact that I may not be as socially libertarian as some. As I said above, I ascribe this to some slightly dodgy questions on that score.
For instance, apart from the drugs issue mentioned above, on the question of whether schools should insist on classroom attendance, I agreed. But I do not agree that the state should force people to attend school, only that schools, as businesses, should be able to set their own criteria on those who attend them. If people choose not to attend school, that is their business.
As usual with these things, I am not going to pass it onto ten others: however, should anyone wish to take up the baton, feel free.
UPDATE: commmenter red and white is a little surprised.
Surprisingly I came out on the left, yet I'm a BNP supporter.
How dryly would you like me to ask, "is anyone surprised"?
As I and others have consistently pointed out, the BNP is collectivist and authoritarian and is thus of the authoritarian socialist persuasion.