I have a lot of problems with queries on this test. Doesn't allow you to really weigh your answers to what you believe in most strongly before (who cares about marriages vs folk dying)
The questions assume that your are a citizen of a multi-parti political system and a market economy.
So Belarus has multiple parts and a market economy, so does China. Actually so does Soviet Union...
Individuals who get out of prison should be accompanied in their reinsertion.
Depends on the severity of the crime.
Revolutions will always end up in a bad way.
Not always, but most of the time...but if I disagree I think that puts me as pro-revolutionary? And that's not true for me.
Marriage should be abolished.
I believe state involvement in marriage should be abolished, but not marriage...another unclear query.
Prisons should no longer exist.
I agree, in an ideal world there would be no prisons. I believe prisons should no longer exist in the same way criminals should no longer exist. Another unclear.
Some sectors or type of employment should be financially supported.
Literally all sectors of employment are financially supported...otherwise it wouldn't be employment.
Violence against individuals is never productive.
In 99% cases, yes...but I feel like it's just ignoring the 99% if I answer this truly and disagree for the 1%.
The State should be abolished.
See Prison query.
A good citizen is a patriot.
Patriot as in actual patriot or patriot as in the far more common case of always upholding their country no matter what?
Conditions of life in jail should be greatly improved.
Very relative question. Prisons in China are different than prisons in India.
Offshoring and outsourcing are necessary evils to improve production.
I believe it's necessary but don't believe it's evil? So do I agree or disagree?
My religion must be spread as widely as possible.
Does anyone disagree with this (counting godlessness as a faith)?
I do not have any problem if other official languages are added or replace the already existing official language in my country.
Big difference between add and replace. If it's Swahili, I can't read it.
The values of my country are superior to those of other countries.
R E L A T I V E
The age of retirement should be lowered.
R E L A T I V
The influence of religion should decrease.
R E L A T I
Activism in existing political organisations is not relevant to change society.
Government is a politic organisation tho...and governments certainly can change societies...
School should mostly teach our values, traditions and fundamental knowledge.
1/3? 2/3 if we're being really basic international values?
The police should be armed.
We need to make compromises with the opposition to apply our ideas.
Not necessarily, and depends on the idea.
Humans should neither eat nor exploit animals.
Doesn't allow for positions in between full veganism and normalism.
Sabotage is legitimate under certain conditions.
I agree. But I feel this is going to put me in revolution for planning to destroy someone's property, when I mean sabotage like give wrong times and embarass my politic foes (in not mean ways).
“One is not born, but rather becomes, a woman.”
It is better to arrest someone potentially dangerous preventively rather than taking the risk of having them committing a crime.
Depends on the crime and what the arrestation consists of.
The labor market enslave workers.
There are literal slaves working that wouldn't happen in true socialism...but if I agree it feels like I'm saying every worker is a slave.
It is necessary to massively invest in research to improve productivity.
What is "massive"?
Changes in an individual's way of life can induce changes in society.
See: Stalin. But I feel like this is just asking about ordinary folk? Or maybe not? Either way, everyone's acts changes society, just how much.
Activists must always act in strict accordance with the law.
That "always" again restricts me. Sometimes the law is stupid (this is another RELATIVE question).
Differences of treatement and quality of life in our society show that racism is still omnipresent.