You don't have to register or anything - just have to give yourself a name at the end, though it can be anything anonymous if you want.
My score was as follows:
Australian Democrats: 80.1%
Labor Party: 75.5%
Family First: 64.2%
Liberal Party: 62%
National Party: 53.8%
One Nation: 41.1%
Which is about right I think. I never voted for the Democrats, but I am certainly more on the left side of the ALP than the right (on some things). Glad to see One Nation came a distant last!
The other scores were:
Your broad political orientation score is -18.4%, which equates to a ‘Centre Left’ position
This is pretty spot on.
Your economic policy score score is -5.3%. This equates to a ‘Centre’ position
Again, about right - I am actually more Centre when it comes to economics than I am with other aspects of politics (no doubt a hang over from my Bachelor of Economics days).
Your social policy score is 1.1%. This equates to a ‘Centre’ position
Your traditional values score is -18.2%. This equates to a ‘Centre Left’ position
Apparently this means that I think the state should not overly intervene in the moral lives of its citizens. Again largely true.
Anyhoo, it's all good fun, and might make you think a bit about who you vote for and why.