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What's Your Political Personality Type?

Do election headlines and campaign messages rev you up or make you want to throw up? Take this quiz to get your political personality and see how you compare with everyone else.

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What's Your Political Personality Type?

Candidate debate illustration
Question 1 of 9
The major-party nominees are holding their first big debate. What will you be doing?
Flags waving at Presidential campaign rally
Question 2 of 9
The presidential candidate you support is planning a rally in your town. What do you do?
Snapchat
Question 3 of 9
One of your friends is making fun of the candidate you support on Snapchat. What do you do?
Websites with Latest News
Question 4 of 9
You want to know the latest campaign news. How do you find it?
Candidate at private event
Question 5 of 9
Speaking at a private event, the candidate you most dislike is caught on tape saying something you find offensive. What do you do?
Microphone at event
Question 6 of 9
The candidate you support is holding a rally on the night before the election. What type of event do you think it should be?
Elections Ahead Sign
Question 7 of 9
It’s a month before Election Day. What are you doing?
Arrow poll crash
Question 8 of 9
The candidate you want to win is behind in the polls. What will you do?
Voting Booths
Question 9 of 9
It’s Election Day! What do you do? (If you’re not yet 18, pretend you’re old enough to vote.)

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