Pew Research Center Political Typology Quiz
A new Pew Research Center quiz shows how Americans view themselves in politics and culture. Based on their values and attitudes, the quiz divides people into nine different political types. This study, conducted on more than 10,000 people in the U.S., shows that deep divisions exist within partisan coalitions. Though some quiz takers have expressed frustration with the “either-or” choices, the goal is to understand what Americans think and feel.
Pew Research Center, an independent fact-finding organization, focuses on educating the American public about current issues and attitudes. It conducts surveys, media content analysis, and other empirical social science research. It does not take a stance on policy debates or issues, and focuses on public opinion.
The Pew Research Center has developed the Political Typology quiz to provide voters with a field guide to the changing political landscape. It is based on the largest political survey ever conducted. The quiz scores the person’s political beliefs on eight categories based on 10,200 responses. Each group represents a different position.