Is Liberachi the bottom left?
@Qwerky Keyboard, Likely would be top left quadrant. That’s where most Americans who identify as liberal fall.
@Qwerky Keyboard, top-left quadrant for sure.
@EatMyAss, which is incredibly ironic, since “liberal” is supposed to be used to identify someone towards the bottom of the compass.
@EatMyAss, most American liberals still fall barely within the top right actually.
If you look at American politics in general, you’ll find state-ism is promoted on the left, not right.
@zathras1974, literally the point of the political compass is that statism is both left and right
@President Bartlett, yes, but in America the authoritarian left is much, much more present and accepted than the authoritarian right.
@Doctor Krieger, idk, most of the presidential candidates from both the “right wing” and “left wing” in recent elections have been authoritarian right.
Though authoritarian left is definitely making a comeback in the last decade or two, particularly in universities, I certainly won’t argue that.
@zathras1974, the middle line on the left should be on a row and 45 degree... liberalism inherently requiors authoritarianism to exist.
@Doctor Krieger, ..no... most democrats still fall in the top right quadrant. Hillary does even. Bernie Sanders was barely past the left of the line himself. Pretty much all of America is economically right wing statist.
@griffinstorme, well, most politicians are right-wing and authoritarian, at least. I’d imagine that most people you talk to or interact with are gonna be in a circle around the center of the compass with a radius of 5.
I like this
I was forced into taking a gender studies class and everyone in the class (20-25 ppl) except me and 1 other were bottom left. Far left
Pretty sure the bottom right has just as many REEEEE moments as the bottom left. Just saying, don't try to piss on others for doibg the same shjt you are.
Is this supposed to make sense?
@Hanjurew, ignore the meme, but it's a good example how politics is more than just left and right wings