What next? Well, if after having taken the tests linked here you are interested in discussing politics why not take part in an Internet discussion forum dedicated to the topic, such as The Politics Forum ? Debating issues with others can challenge preconceptions you might have had, help your learn new information and can sometimes completely change your views on certain topics. It can be interesting to re-visit the political ideology tests after debating on a political discussion board for a while and see if your results have changed.
According to the Pew Research Center liberals are particularly distinguished from any other typographic group by their socially progressive viewpoints. In 2004, liberals were the only group to advocate same sex marriage and euthanasia, policies regarded as left of the Democratic Party. Among the most prominent liberal periodicals are The Nation , The American Prospect , and The New Republic . The New Republic described its political standing, giving a brief overview of contemporary American liberalism , in a June 2006 editorial stating it was " very much against the Bush tax programs, against Bush Social Security 'reform,' against cutting the inheritance tax, for radical health care changes, passionate about Gore-type environmentalism, for a woman's entitlement to an abortion, for gay marriage, for an increase in the minimum wage, for pursuing aggressively alternatives to our present reliance on oil and our present tax preferences for gas-guzzling automobiles ."