Are You on the Liberty Spectrum?

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Discover Your Political Orientation on the Liberty Spectrum

I bet you have spent the last several years, not realizing how similar we all are. How much we value Liberty and Fredon, but yet we give it away by hiring career politicians that trade our freedoms for little security.

This article will give you an idea of where you are the liberty spectrum, and your liberal and conservatoire points of view. I will also lead you to another famous quiz to help you find your true views and express them in ways you might not have thought of.

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Great Minds Think Alike

“Those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.” – Benjamin Franklin

“Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both.” – Thomas Jefferson

Both of these men had it right.

Benjamin Franklin emphasizes the notion that sacrificing essential liberties in exchange for temporary safety is not only undeserving but also unwise. Franklin highlights the importance of valuing and preserving individual liberties as they form the bedrock of a free society.

Thomas Jefferson’s quote warns against the dangers of surrendering even a small portion of liberty in the pursuit of security. He asserts that a society that willingly relinquishes its freedoms for the sake of safety will end up losing both, implying that the erosion of liberty ultimately leads to the deterioration of security as well.

These quotes serve as powerful reminders that compromising essential freedoms for the illusion of safety undermines the very essence of a free and democratic society.

Political ideologies span a wide spectrum, and individuals often find themselves aligning with a specific ideology that reflects their values and beliefs. In this quiz, we will explore your views on liberty, freedom, and the role of government to determine where you fall on the libertarian spectrum. Remember, regardless of your specific political leaning, the United States of America cherishes liberty and freedom as the backbone of its foundation.

Instructions to this Self Quiz

Read each question carefully and select the answer that best represents your views. Choose the option that resonates most strongly with your beliefs.

The Liberty Spectrum Quiz

  1. What do you believe is the primary role of government? a) To protect individual liberties and maintain social order b) To promote social justice and equality c) To minimize its role and interference in people’s lives
  2. Which economic system do you prefer? a) Free market capitalism with minimal government intervention b) Mixed economy with regulated markets and social safety nets c) Laissez-faire capitalism with no government involvement
  3. How important are personal freedoms to you? a) Individuals should have the right to make their own choices as long as they don’t harm others b) Certain limitations on personal freedoms are necessary for the greater good c) Personal freedoms should be unrestricted, regardless of their impact on society
  4. What is your view on government regulation? a) Government regulation should be limited to ensure a free and competitive market b) Regulation is necessary to protect consumers and prevent abuses by corporations c) Government regulation should be eliminated, allowing the market to self-regulate
  5. How do you view taxation? a) Taxes should be minimal to avoid stifling individual initiative and economic growth b) Progressive taxation is necessary to promote social equality and fund public services c) Taxation should be voluntary, and individuals should have the freedom to choose which services to support
  6. What is your stance on social issues? a) Individuals should have the freedom to make their own choices without interference from the government b) Government should intervene to promote social justice and protect marginalized groups c) Social issues should be left to individual choice and voluntary associations
  7. How much government intervention do you believe is necessary? a) Government should have limited involvement in people’s lives and affairs b) Government should play an active role in addressing societal issues and ensuring fairness c) Government intervention should be minimal or non-existent in all aspects of society

Measure Your Results

Count the number of times you selected each answer: a), b), or c).

  • If you selected mostly a): Your views align more closely with conservative libertarianism. You prioritize personal freedoms and limited government interference, emphasizing individual liberty and free markets.
  • If you selected mostly b): Your views lean towards liberal libertarianism. While valuing personal freedoms, you also recognize the need for some government involvement to ensure social justice and equal opportunities.
  • If you selected mostly c): Your views align more closely with classical libertarianism. You prioritize personal freedoms and minimal government intervention, advocating for a laissez-faire approach to both economic and social issues.


Understanding where you fall on the libertarian spectrum helps you better comprehend your political orientation and engage in meaningful discussions with others who may hold different viewpoints. Political ideologies are not fixed categories but exist on a spectrum, reflecting the diversity of perspectives within a democratic society. Regardless of your specific political leaning, the United States of America thrives on the principles of liberty and freedom, which remain fundamental to its identity and progress.

Another Great Test

The following link is to a longer test:

Libertarian Purity Test
by Bryan Caplan

This is the Libertarian Purity Test, which is intended to measure how libertarian you are. It is intended to be though-provoking and entertaining. Take it with a grain of salt, and see what yo find out.

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