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    (Original post by RayApparently)
    I get that part, like I said, I'm an angel. :angel:
    Uh huh! Sure...
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    Socialists: 47.76%
    Greens: 62.16%
    Labour: 52.73%
    Liberals: 53.45%
    Conservatives: 88.89%
    UKIP: 66.67%

    Aph here you go.
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    When are the results going to be published?
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    (Original post by right_angle)
    When are the results going to be published?
    There are the results. Now they have been collected this is just for fun.
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    (Original post by Aph)
    There are the results. Now they have been collected this is just for fun.
    Haha?

    I was expecting at least some analysis but okay.
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    Good job for creating something Aph, though I would echo comments that suggest there is room for improvement With some time investment that could end up being very useful for people new to the MHoC.

    For anyone interested, my results were:

    Green: 89.19% Match
    Socialist: 77.61% Match
    Labour: 76.12% Match
    LibDem: 74.14% Match
    Tory: 48.89% Match
    UKIP: 36.36% Match
    NatLib: Jemini% Match
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    Well done on making this, there were a few spelling issues but I'm sure those can be tidied up.

    Anyway, my results are:

    Socialists: 31.34% Match
    Greens: 35.14% Match
    Labour: 31.34% Match
    Liberals: 43.1% Match
    National Liberals: 0% Match
    Conservatives: 66.67% Match
    UKIP: 78.79% Match
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    SOC 40.6%
    GREEN 41.45
    LAB 49.45
    LIB 0
    N LIB 52.85%
    CON 75.9%
    UKIP 77.21%

    I think it is all BS if your going on RL Parties
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    This quiz was so abysmally designed that I shan't encourage any analysis by publishing results.
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    (Original post by RayApparently)
    Deeply flawed. I got more Green than Labour but said yes to another airport, nuclear power, GM foods and so on.

    Nice to see you put in the effort though.
    Neither nuclear power nor GM food fundamentally ruins the environment.
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    (Original post by Little Toy Gun)
    Neither nuclear power nor GM food fundamentally ruins the environment.
    The greens are still anti nuclear though

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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    The greens are still anti nuclear though

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    Quite irrelevant. Just because real-life Greens may be irrational doesn't mean the rational TSR Green Party doesn't care about the environment.
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    (Original post by Little Toy Gun)
    Quite irrelevant. Just because real-life Greens may be irrational doesn't mean the rational TSR Green Party doesn't care about the environment.
    And I recall Andy declaring the other day it is the case for the TSR greens too...

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    (Original post by Jammy Duel)
    And I recall Andy declaring the other day it is the case for the TSR greens too...

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    There has always been a split of opinion on nuclear power within the party, and it is not mentioned in our manifesto.

    As for what Leader Andy said, well, I guess that's why I'm only 92% not 100%.
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    My highest score was for Greens. What a non-surprise.
    My lowest score was for UKIP.
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    (Original post by Little Toy Gun)
    Neither nuclear power nor GM food fundamentally ruins the environment.
    Hence my support for them. I was under the impression that the Green Party were against these things.
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    Socialists 88.72%
    Greens 80.77%
    Labour 92.74%
    Liberals 69.95%
    National Liberals 0%
    Conservatives 36.5%
    UKIP 15.65%
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    (Original post by RayApparently)
    Hence my support for them. I was under the impression that the Green Party were against these things.
    Perhaps you should come and join us! Your real home.
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    (Original post by That Bearded Man)
    Wow, that was a giant waste of time. Do I support nuclear power? Not preferable, but if renewable fails a plausible alternative.

    Should ZHC be banned? No, but certainly restricted.

    Too black and white.

    Socialists 74.63%
    Greens 86.59%
    Labour 79.1%
    Liberals 75.8%
    Nat Libs 0%
    Tory 53.3%
    UKIP 33.4%
    I think they should be abolished for over 25s - to make a full-time worker/adult take a ZHC is immoral, but for students it is more favourable for their studies.

    Aph I take issue with the question "Religion has no business educating children"
    How is it a yes or no question? That could be yes it has no business or no it doesn't have any business...
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    Socialists: 92.48% Match
    Greens: 68.68% Match
    Labour: 81.2% Match
    Nat Libs: 0% (is the Nat Libs thing a joke?)
    Tories: 49.64% Match
    UKIP: 30.95% Match (only because I'm anti-EU)
 
 
 
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