Friday, April 24, 2009

Computer says... Green

It's just a bit of fun of course - but you might want to try out the EU profiler which recommends for you who you should vote for in the European Parliament elections in a few weeks (!).

Unfortunately I couldn't work out how to get a screen shot of my result but, rest assured, it was instructing me to vote Green - although apparently I'm less skeptical of the EU than they are...

8 comments:

Adrian Windisch said...

print screen works, I just did it also. No big surprise, I'm a green (though not far from the Tories also).

Pippa said...

Likewise, it tells me I'm a green (though less eurosceptic) ... weirdly it puts me closer to the tories than labour though! I'm not sure if that tells me something terrible about myself... or something terrible about labour! Happily, I'm only 4% UKIP though :)

Aaron said...

Yup, I'm a Green too and proud to say 0.0% UKIP ... but I am 13% BNP.. eep.

Green Gordon said...

Aaron, it probably goes on what the BNP pretend they are than what they actually are.

Aaron said...

I've always thought that the BNP were economically centre-left, but obviously complete authoritarians.. so I guess that makes me more like them compared to free marketeers like Labour/Tories. :p

Green Gordon said...

My most similar Euro party is... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Left_Bloc

I'm not completely sure on the way they all do their maths, though.

weggis said...

Oh dear!

Jim Jay said...

Well it's the axis business that makes things a bit off I think which is why the Greens are nearer Tories than Labour as Labour is much more pro-EU integration than we are and the Tories are skeptics.

Something of interest might be that the parties nearest the Greens are the New Anti-Capitalist Party in France, Lutte Ouviere, Austrian Communist Party, Sinn Fein, and the Junibevægelsen in Denmark (no idea).

Not a bad selection!