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April 29, 2011


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I did it and wasn't too suprised by the results I got. I follow politics quite a bit, so I knew a little about where I measure up in relation to the parties. I was suprised on a few of the questions, but overall it ended up more or less where I thought I would. I liked it, you see a little more where parties or leaders stand on certain issues. They're not always forthcoming on campains.
For the record I lined up more concervative, centre right.
I think you are right about Canadians switching parties more than Americans. I think we are at least more open about doing so. On the other hand we are a little more private about who we do vote for.

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