Ethnicity: White British
Political compass: Economic -5.9, social -5.6
Ideologies: Social Democrat, Centre-leftist libertarian, and proud Keynesian
Pro: Social Democracy, Keynesian economics, Common Market 2.0 Brexit Arrangement, Social Liberalism, Environmentalism, 1st and 2nd wave Feminism, Liberalism, The I.
Leaning pro: NATO, libertarianism, capitalism, 3rd and 4th wave feminism.
Leaning against: Classic liberalism, ANTIFA, Socialism, Separatism, British membership of the Eurozone/Schengen Area, Guardian, 2nd Referendum.
Anti: Idiots on QT who don't know what the hell they're talking about, Thatcherism, Fascism, Conservatism, Chauvinism, Communism, laissez-faire economics, Telegraph, Mail, NewsCorp, Express.
My views on:
I support it, but I think it should benefit humanity as a whole rather than huge corporations.
I am proud of my country but I am not univerisally supportive of its past actions, such as the crimes committed by the British Empire.
A lot of the time this is not necessary and often done for economical rather than humanitarian purposes. I do occasionally support it though, such as the 2018 bombings of Syrian chemical weapons facilities.
I am a Keynesian capitalist, and believe that, although capitalism is a bad system, it better than all the alternatives and that it needs significant government intervention. Taxes should also be higher on those with the ability to pay more.
I am pro-choice and believe there should be abortion on demand within the first trimester and for extreme circumstances at any stage.
Only justifiable in a dictatorship or other authoritarian regime. I do not think it is usually justifiable in democratic societies.
I believe it should be legal with heavy restrictions and for persons aged 21 or over only.
I believe it is ridiculous and offensive to describe other cultures as 'savage'. We should all live in respect and tolerance for one another.
Welfare should not be cut, although I am against the UBI for the time being. Also, f*ck universal credit.
Legal Immigration assists the British economy and thus aiming to lower it is a pointless endeavour. (Yes, I'm looking at you, Theresa May)
I find nothing objectable about having state-financed media channels. But, private channels must never be prohibited.
We must never curb the right to privacy in order to counter terrorists unless by court order.
Democracy should be to hold the leaders to account, not the people making complicated decisions presented in a simple manner. I am against referendums.
Because of the estimated 4% death row innocence rate and its unnecessary costs that could be better spent on better causes, I am against the death penalty.
Minimalist art is often ridiculous, but minimalism in music I enjoy.
Whilst I agree some criminals can't be rehabilitated, rehabilitation should prioritise over punishment.
I believe men and women must be completely equal.
I believe God may or may not exist. We shall never know. I also believe in the complete separation of Church and State
I believe prostitution should be heavily regulated and brothels and pimping should be banned.
I believe that same-sex marriage should be legal but churches should have the right to refuse this ceremony.
Who I supported/would have supported:
1948 - Thomas Dewey (Republican)
1952 - Adlai Stevenson (Democrat)
1956 - Dwight D. Eisenhower (Republican)
1960 - John F. Kennedy (Democrat)
1964 - Lyndon B. Johnson (Democrat)
1968 - Richard Nixon (Republican)
1972 - George McGovern (Democrat)
1976 - Jimmy Carter (Democrat)
1980 - Jimmy Carter (Democrat)
1984 - Walter Mondale (Democrat)
1988 - Michael Dukakis (Democrat)
1992 - Bill Clinton (Democrat)
1996 - Bill Clinton (Democrat)
2000 - Al Gore (Democrat)
2004 - John Kerry (Democrat)
2008 - Barack Obama (Democrat)
2012 - Barack Obama (Democrat)
2016 - Hillary Clinton (Democrat)
2020 - Bernie Sanders (Democrat)
1945 - Labour party
1950 - Labour party
1951 - Labour party
1955 - Liberal party
1959 - Labour party
1964 - Labour party
1966 - Labour party
1970 - Labour party
Feb 1974 - Labour party
Oct 1974 - Labour party
1975 - Yes (refurendum)
1979 - Labour party
1983 - The Alliance
1987 - Labour party
1992 - Labour party
1997 - Labour party
2001 - Labour party
2005 - Liberal Democrats
2010 - Liberal Democrats
2011 - Yes (refurendum)
2015 - Labour party
2016 - Remain (refurendum)
2017 - Liberal Democrats
2019 - Labour Party
1977 - PSOE
1979 - PSOE
1982 - PSOE
1986 - PSOE
1989 - CDS
1993 - CDS
1996 - PSOE
2000 - PSOE-p
2004 - PSOE
2008 - PSOE
2011 - PSOE
2015 - UPyD
2016 - C's
April 2019 - C's
Nov 2019 - PSOE
1958 - Albert Châtelet (UFD)
1965 First Round - Jean Lecanuet (PLE)
1965 Second Round - François Mitterrand (FGDS)
1969 First Round - Alain Poher (CD)
1969 Second Round - Alain Poher (CD)
1974 First Round - Émile Muller (MDSF)
1974 Second Round - François Mitterrand (PS)
1981 First Round - François Mitterrand (PS)
1981 Second Round - François Mitterrand (PS)
1988 First Round - François Mitterrand (PS)
1988 Second Round - François Mitterrand (PS)
1995 First Round - Lionel Jospin (PS)
1995 Second Round - Lionel Jospin (PS)
2002 First Round - Lionel Jospin (PS)
2002 Second Round - Jacques Chirac (RPR)
2007 First Round - Ségolène Royal (PS)
2007 Second Round - Ségolène Royal (PS)
2012 First Round - François Hollande (PS)
2012 Second Round - François Hollande (PS)
2017 First Round - Emmanuel Macron (EM)
2017 Second Round - Emmanuel Macron (EM)
1946 - PvdA
1948 - PvdA
1952 - PvdA
1956 - PvdA
1959 - PvdA
1963 - PvdA
1967 - PvdA
1971 - PvdA
1972 - PvdA
1977 - PvdA
1981 - PvdA
1982 - PvdA
1986 - PvdA
1989 - PvdA
1994 - PvdA
1998 - PvdA
2002 - PvdA
2003 - PvdA
2006 - PvdA
2010 - PvdA
2012 - PvdA
2017 - D66
2021 - D66
1949 - FDP
1953 - FDP
1957 - FDP
1961 - FDP
1965 - FDP
1969 - SPD
1972 - SPD
1976 - SPD
1980 - SPD
1983 - SPD
1987 - SPD
1990 - SPD
1994 - SPD
1998 - SPD
2002 - SPD
2005 - SPD
2009 - SPD
2013 - SPD
2017 - SPD
2021 - SPD