There are many political quizzes, even if one just sticks to the libertarian sort.
There is the Politopia Quiz....where I live somewhere between Drew Carey and Ayn Rand.
There is the (previously) World's Smallest Political Quiz. (I got an 80% on social/personal, and 90% on economic)
There is the Bryan Caplan libertarian quiz (where I got a 54).
Now, it is time for the NEW world's shortest political quiz. It only works for faculty. But it has a very high classification power.
Here is the quiz:
1. When you finish lecturing, do your erase the marks you made off of the blackboard?
a. No, they should hire some poor person to do that. The little people need something to amuse them.
b. No, the state should do that. I'm too busy working on behalf of the people.
c. No, that might put a union janitor out of a job. And it might make me sweat. I only sweat in the gym.
d. Yes, of course, I marked up the blackboard, I should return it to its previous pristine state. We are all in this together. (Do a half-assed job, kind of run the eraser over the board in a desultory way, and then go share more feelings over coffee)
e. Yes, of course, that is the implied contract. And I honor my promises.
and....the results? If you answered
a: You are a conservative
b: You are a social democrat
c. You are a liberal
d. You are a communitarian
e. You are a libertarian
The only error in this test is that Objectivists, who think they are libertarians, secretly all think they are ubermenschen, and answer "a", if they are honest. Nietzsche didn't think real men, like Ayn Rand, should erase blackboards.
Otherwise, it always works.
And, let me say, there are apparently not many other communitarians or libertarians in the world. Why doesn't anyone erase the freakin' blackboard?