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Which candidate do you match?

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Click on the link below and follow the link to try this short quiz and see which candidate you agree with on various subject.

Be sure to move the "how important is this to you" spot on the left to match with how important an issue is to you.  Also, use the "Other Stances"  selection often �which allows you to explain why you chose that answer. 

It is very well done, informative, and worth your time!  If nothing else it makes you think about how you side on important issues.

Have fun and when the election rolls around, please remember to VOTE!

http://www.isidewith.com/political-quiz?from=VDZtMDkVR

Entry #559

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1.
JAP69Comment by JAP69 - September 24, 2015, 7:38 am

Candidates you side with...

89%
Rand Paul
Rand Paul Republican

on economic, social, environmental, healthcare, domestic policy, immigration, education, and electoral issues.
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88%
Marco Rubio
Marco Rubio Republican

on social, environmental, domestic policy, education, foreign policy, healthcare, immigration, and electoral issues.
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85%
Ted Cruz
Ted Cruz Republican

on social, immigration, domestic policy, education, foreign policy, healthcare, and electoral issues.
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81%
Rick Santorum
Rick Santorum Republican

on social, environmental, domestic policy, immigration, healthcare, foreign policy, education, and electoral issues.
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81%
Mike Huckabee
Mike Huckabee Republican

on social, environmental, domestic policy, immigration, and electoral issues.
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80%
Donald Trump
Donald Trump Republican

on social, environmental, foreign policy, education, immigration, and healthcare issues.
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80%
Ben Carson
Ben Carson Republican

on social, domestic policy, foreign policy, healthcare, and electoral issues.
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79%
Bobby Jindal
Bobby Jindal Republican

on social, environmental, education, healthcare, foreign policy, domestic policy, immigration, and electoral issues.
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75%
Carly Fiorina
Carly Fiorina Republican

on social, domestic policy, healthcare, foreign policy, and education issues.
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74%
Jeb Bush
Jeb Bush Republican

on social, environmental, immigration, healthcare, education, and foreign policy issues.
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72%
Lindsey Graham
Lindsey Graham Republican

on social, domestic policy, healthcare, foreign policy, immigration, education, and electoral issues.
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66%
Chris Christie
Chris Christie Republican

on social, domestic policy, education, and electoral issues.
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65%
John Kasich
John Kasich Republican

on domestic policy and electoral issues.
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57%
Joe Biden
Joe Biden Democratic

on social issues.
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46%
Bernie Sanders
Bernie Sanders Democratic

no major issues.
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28%
Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton Democratic

no major issues.
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24%
Martin O'Malley
Martin O'Malley Democratic

no major issues.
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Comment by destinycreation - September 24, 2015, 3:41 pm
This was a very interesting survey, worth taking the time to answer. My results were 80% Bernie Sanders. I don't even know what Bernie Sanders stands for. But it was interesting working through this survey to figure out where I stand on certain issues myself. Nothing about socio-economical - political issues is ever so straight forward. Mostly everything is a "maybe", with caveats.
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mikeintexasComment by mikeintexas - October 11, 2015, 7:10 pm

90% Ted Cruz
(He's the one I want to see in the White House)

89% Rand Paul
(I like Rand,not as much as I did his pop,but like his father, he has a propensity to shoot himself in the foot with the things he says)

82% Mike Huckabee
(more than a little surprised at that one- I would never vote for him)

81% Ben Carson
(I need to see where we differ, but I like Dr. Carson)

70% Donald Trump
(I like most of the things he's been saying, but I don't really want him to be President)

69% Jeb Bush
(I'd never vote for him, either)

28% Hillary Clinton

25% Bernie Sanders

(Not sure what I agreed w/ both of those last two, was afraid to look b/c I don't want that influencing my opinion...then again, maybe I need to re-think my stance on the compatible issues w/ them.)

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