Find your political passions!
This is your time to shine. Take this survey. You'll receive a copy of your responses in your email, use that to scroll below through the rest of this page and analyze your results. Everyone has a place in politics, let's find yours!
This survey is intended to help young people understand more about their political views and interests. By no means are you required to take this, only participate if you feel it will benefit you. No information will be shared with anyone outside of the organization, but aggregated data will be used to help us understand improve the site. Thank you!
Your results will be available in your email.
Check your answers and read down below to find how you feel about relevant issues in America.
If you answer A on any of all of the questions, this means that you feel strongly about what is best for you with regards for a certain political issue. It's difficult for some to be so confident in themselves and their values, so good job! Take a deeper dive to learn more.
If you answer B on any of all of the questions, this means that you may be more in-tune to the people around you than most. It is clear you care strongly about others in certain aspects of politics, and this level of empathy can be difficult for some. Take a deeper dive to learn more.
If you answer C on any or all of the questions, this means you’re neutral about that political topic. That’s completely normal! Just like academics and sports, everyone has their own interests and passions when it comes to politics. If you want to know more about any of the subjects above, take a deeper dive!
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In choosing to stay out of the situation, you're staying neutral. That's okay, you have no duty to report undocumented immigrants. Want to know more? Check out these interesting findings from a Pew Research Center survey below.
You show that you care about the issue of unequal pay, but want to give your peer the autonomy they deserve in their own life. That is what embodies this answer choice. Unconscious bias drives some forms of discrimination, including gender inequality. Take a look at the Forbes link below to learn about the big ideas!
In your own life, the wage gap may not be super apparent. However, it is an issue elsewhere. Whether you have encountered unequal pay in the workplace or not, reading the link below from the Center for American Progress can help keep you updated and educated on the situations and scale of unequal pay!
You may want to get involved with helping pick up litter or finding a solution to climate change, but confrontation or protests could be too overwhelming. A good solo and small group activity you can do anywhere is seeking out trash to pick up. Just make sure to do it safely, as told by the NPR link below!