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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    I'm confused. It's a survey for the N&CA sub-forum, but it's asking me what my favourite subforum is and which I perceive to be the most right-/left-wing. :confused: Are you sure this isn't for the debate section more generally?
    I haven't decided. But just because you use N&CA doesn't mean it is your favourite!

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    I've just looked at the results so far. Thanks to whoever thinks this boosts my ego. It doesn't.
    As FullOfSurprises said, give it time :mmm:

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    Why am I assumed not to be British or European citizen?
    What do you mean?
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    Not sure that Princes Harry, Charles and Her Majesty the Queen are 'politicians' as such. :teehee:
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    (Original post by Mathemagicien)

    As FullOfSurprises said, give it time :mmm:
    I have numerous personality disorders. One of them is narcissistic PD. An anon comment won't boost my ego, I already know what does and it isn't TSR :awesome:
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    (Original post by Fullofsurprises)
    Not sure that Princes Harry, Charles and Her Majesty the Queen are 'politicians' as such. :teehee:
    I'm not even sure that they are legitimate rulers...
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      (Original post by Mathemagicien)
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      Does sixth form/college come under 'secondary/high school' or 'post-secondary?' :holmes: I have a feeling the latter is for people who attended university but dropped out but I'm not sure...
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      (Original post by Hydeman)
      Does sixth form/college come under 'secondary/high school' or 'post-secondary?' :holmes: I have a feeling the latter is for people who attended university but dropped out but I'm not sure...
      I think it'd fall under secondary... because secondary covers ages 11-19, and education is compulsory now up until age 18.
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      (Original post by Mathemagicien)
      I'm not even sure that they are legitimate rulers...
      It depends on so many things - the legitimacy of the Glorious Revolution... the claim of the Saxe-Coburgs... the demise of the Stuarts... the Princes in the Tower... Henry ap Tewdwr and his ghastly victory over the wholly legitimate Richard III.. I could go on. :rolleyes:
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      Looks like I missed all of the UK and Europe questions. I guess that's the problem with living in North Korea. :cry2:
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      (Original post by MachinesCradle)
      Looks like I missed all of the UK and Europe question. I guess this is the problem with living in North Korea. :cry2:
      Kim Jong Un - is that you?

      If it is, I think you have more pressing problems than completing surveys...

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      (Original post by Mathemagicien)
      What do you mean?
      I didn't see the pages for British and European citizens.
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      (Original post by Mathemagicien)
      "Yes Dear Leader, it's true - TSR really does recommend Oxbridge above Pyongyang Tech."
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      (Original post by Mathemagicien)
      Kim Jong Un - is that you?

      If it is, I think you have more pressing problems than completing surveys...

      You are correct. It's time for me to get back to work.

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        (Original post by Mathemagicien)
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        What do you mean by 'liberal (progressive)' and 'centralist?'
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        (Original post by Hydeman)
        What do you mean by 'liberal (progressive)' and 'centralist?'
        Progressive - the type of people right-wingers call 'regressives' or SJWs
        Centralist - between Blairite and Cameron-era conservative
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        (Original post by TaintedLight)
        How long is this?!
        15 minutes' solid procrastination.
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        "Yes Dear Leader, it's true - TSR really does recommend Oxbridge above Pyongyang Tech."
        Fake news!

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        Which forum is the most right-wing?

        News and Current Affairs
        N&CA
        Don't know
        not enough of them
        Dunno
        Debate and current affairs
        News and Current Affairs
        News and Current Affairs, without a doubt.
        Religion
        Take your pick
        lol Debate & Current Affairs
        Debate and Current Affairs

        lol
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        (Original post by MachinesCradle)
        Fake news!

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        I can't rep you either so here's a +1.
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