Where do you think the coalition would be on the political compass???

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SFsucks
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Its crossed my mind where they would be on the political compass but I have not found anything on the web on where they could be.
I would say that the conservative movement on these school academe's would make the coalition economically freer also socially freer and there for in the coalition towards the purple square.

Put where you think the coalition is on the political compass.
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I live in Southampton so North-East
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Fairly central, a bit to the right economically and for social policy we will have to wait and see how many of Labour's laws get repealed.
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(Original post by The_Octopus)
Fairly central, a bit to the right economically and for social policy we will have to wait and see how many of Labour's laws get repealed.
I think that they will eventually become socially liberal.
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They are pretty liberal, so are most English parties. I can see them moving closer and closer to the right though - the Tories will slowly wittle away the Lib Dems and eventually leave them simply to rubber-stamp policies.
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I'm not sure where Clegg would be on a political compass as he's currently up David Cameron's backside.
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The freedom bill will show us how liberal they are. I don't feel that excited by their social liberalism, I mean its nice and all, but its nothing groundbreaking. Unless they really shock me and do something like decriminalise grass, but I don't see it.

They're pretty solidly right-wing economically though, although still just about within the realms of being centrist, possibly.
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Upper right
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Far right, and up top.
Fascist pigs.
But no, I think slightly below the centre of the right square.
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Socially Central, Economically Right.
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The coalition is looking increasingly like this.
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As of the 2010 elections
The link also shows how the parties have moved over the last few decades to be more authoritarian and right wing, especially with the shift to new labour
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