One Question Quiz Analysis and Explanation

The One Question Quiz Explained

The four sets of descriptors are meant to accurately represent divisions that currently exist within the two major American Political Parties (Republican and Democrat). Both parties are actually made up of two distinct groups. This fact is fairly well recognized. The first two sets of opinions in the Quiz are representative of the split in the Republican Party, and the descriptors that make up those two “Party Platforms” were pulled from a 2016 New York Times article entitled For Republicans, Mounting Fears of Lasting Split. Opinion sets three and four are representative of the split in the Democrat Party, and the descriptors for those two “Party Platforms” were pulled from a 2017 article in Time entitled Divided Democrat Party Debates its Future as 2020 Looms.

We suggest the following names for the four political groups outlined in the Quiz: They are, respectively, Tea Party Republicans, Traditional Republicans, Socialistic Democrats, and Free Enterprise Democrats.

The object of the One Question Quiz is the same as the over-arching objective of this blog; namely, to help people connect with people of their own political persuasions. Find your Nation! There is strength in numbers but only if the people in that group are agreed on an agenda and then agree to Act.

Follow the link below to find a Second Version of the One Question Quiz. Version B of the Quiz only has  two theoretical Platforms. Plot Spoiler: The theoretical construct at play in the Version B is that Small Government Republicans and Democrats will eventually split off the current parties and join forces, and that Big Government advocates from both current parties will likewise form a new Party.

To be clear, in this context Small Government advocates want way more local decision making and control, while Big Government advocates want Government Elites to continue to make decisions for us.

Choose Version B to see the two option version of the Quiz

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