You can take the test here: https://www.politicalcompass.org/ My compass is: Economic Left/Right: -0.75 Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -3.85 (After you've done the test, right click on the image of your compass so that you can copy the link and insert it here). My views on economics I used to be further to the left economically, influenced by the socialistic thinking here in Sweden. But I've now begun realizing how powerful competition and the free market are for stimulating productivity and growth. I've also begun realizing how ineffective and pathological big states tend to become. I am quite centrist economically now, so I'm not a libertarian. Although big states tend to become pathological, I think a truly libertarian society would be chaotic. I think the state should have a roll in infrastructure for example. Productivity and creativity should be rewarded through the free market, but I also believe there should be a social safety net, ideally nobody should have to starve to death. And I think the state should have a roll in science as well as possibly a role in for example museums, parks and statues (depending on economic circumstances). I love nature and believe in regulations to protect the environment. But hopefully, changes can happen through the free market with for example Tesla and lab grown meat. My views of authoritarianism As I've gotten older (now 25), I've gotten more conservative personal views and values. But I've actually become slightly more liberal politically. Because it should not be up to the pathological state to tell us how to live our lives. And you've gotta do you, I'd rather lead by example than by pointing fingers and casting stones. What is your political compass?