For fun I’m posting my own variant political quiz. No quiz is unbiased, but the following is more obviously biased.
I define “right-wing” roughly as piety. Answer on a scale from 0 to 4, “0” being a firm “no”.
1. Do you like the following statement? : Duty … is the sublimest word in the English language. You should do your duty in all things. You can never do more; you should never wish to do less. (a “0” answer here might be wary of all calls to duty.)
2. Do you believe leaders should serve their people? (A 0 answer believes leaders should serve the leaders’ own interests only, not their followers’ interests.)
3. Is there something you care for or wish to preserve in this world (a “0” answer here might be that you “want to watch it all burn”)?
4. Do you believe man has an immortal soul or otherwise holds special value? (“0” answer might believe “life is a disease of the dust” with no more value than has a rock.)
5. Do you believe in a god(s), take part in a religion, or live a spiritual life in some way? (“0” here for atheist.)
6. Do you plan for the future (as opposed to living in the present)?
7. Do you live by the principle of “Meden agan” (“Nothing in excess”)?
8. Do you believe utopia is impossible, at least in this life: Just as there has been no utopia in the past, there will be no utopia ever? (A “0” answer here aims for utopia).
9. Do you believe the best form of government varies due to a polity’s situation, traditions, religion, racial differences, or perhaps other differences? (The contrary “0” position here would be that one form of government best fits all human societies equally.)
10. Do you honour ancestors and believe it important the past be remembered?
11. Do you wish to preserve a particular race or people? Note: a “people” might be defined more openly than “those descended from the people on both sides”, so the scaled answer would change based on this.
12. Do you wish to preserve a particular society and its traditions?
13. Do you find the natural world, unaltered by man, wondrous as the product of a Creator or at least spiritual in some way?
14. Do you strongly dislike “invasive species” damaging a foreign ecosystem? Do you firmly oppose the release of genetically modified organisms into the wild?
15. Do you believe it’s wise to learn the reason for a past law or tradition before changing it and to otherwise default to following tradition when uncertain? Do you doubt man’s ability to reason and his ability to grasp all pertinent aspects of a matter?
16. Do you believe man is fallen or otherwise “naturally bad” (as opposed to being naturally good)? (Dr. Fleming once noted that if believing in evolution and not creation, then at least one should remember we came from monkeys who are notorious for their poor behaviour.)