Check out what we’ve done to the Political Conscience Test

July 11, 2018
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We’ve dramatically improved the Political Conscience Test. Check it out. Retweet

First, we made Political Conscience Test (PCT) work better on all devices. The page adjusts to your screen size and the vote slider is now consistently smooth. And that slider is important…

In the old days, libertarians would quiz friends using a Nolan Chart survey on a business card. Tabulation had to be done by hand, so answers needed to be binary and easy to add. But the Political Conscience Test fully exploits the advantages of the internet age. The 0 – 100 percentage-based answers make room for nuance, exceptions, and gray areas that are often part of people’s political calculations.

Second, you can share your test results on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+. The same goes for your friends. Have them call up the test on their phone, answer the questions, and share the results. Their sharing will invite their friends and family to take the test too.

Best of all, we now offer a free report with two things in it…

  1. The test-taker’s personal results, so they have their own record of the event.
  2. An up-to-the-minute account of how everyone is scoring.

The Political Conscience Test is not just another Nolan Chart survey. Even before these improvements, we had a tool that would…

  • Feature libertarian’s “unique selling proposition” — persuasion instead of aggression
  • Use more questions to gather more data and better analytics
  • Address current events in the national debate, including the environment and war
  • Create tension between pairs of questions (as explained in this blog post)

You can use this tool to discover libertarians and voluntaryists. Long term, we have cutting-edge plans to make the PCT even easier to share.

Help us get 10,000 people to take this test!

First, take the Political Conscience Test. Hit Reply (to this newsletter) to tell us what you think.

Second, share it in social media or via email. Seriously. Share it with five libertarian acquaintances and five NON-libertarian friends. Ten isn’t a lot. But it goes a long way. It’s like an “in-kind” donation.

Speaking of which, third, give us money. Yes, we said it. We usually use gentle words like “contribute.” We say “please.” Not today! Give us lots of cash to promote the Political Conscience Test, because…

It’s hard to imagine getting to 10,000 test takers without a couple-thousand dollars in advertising.

Your contribution is tax-deductible if you itemize. Think about that: The politicians get less of your money and the libertarian movement grows. Win-win.

If you can’t afford to give a lot today, please recognize that even a modest monthly pledge can add up quickly. $2 becomes $24 in a year. And we’re set up to take your pledge.

ZAP the State and have a great day,

Jim Babka & Perry Willis

P.S. The Political Conscience Test is a product of the Zero Aggression Project, which is, itself, an initiative of the Downsize DC Foundation (the name that will appear on your credit card statement). And if you share it in social media, tag us! We’d like to see it. We’re at…

Does this way of thinking intrigue you? Want to learn more or participate in creating such a society? Then join the Zero Aggression Project using this subscription form…

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