Glassbooth and Your Voting Preferences

Lynne Kiesling

This is the closest I’m gonna get to discussing politics at KP … Glassbooth is a pretty cool web application through which you take a budget of points, allocate them among a set of policy issues to rank which issues are most important to you, and then state your policy positions on questions within those issues. Then you press the magic button and your choices show which candidates agree the most with your positions. An interesting and thought-provoking exercise.


2 thoughts on “Glassbooth and Your Voting Preferences

  1. Hmmm, I end up with Ralph Nader, which seems wrong for me.

    Bob Barr? Cynthia McKinney? Barck Obama? John McCain? Yeah, each of them seems wrong for me as well.

    Ugh.

  2. Yeah, welcome to my world. I got Barr/McCain/Obama and then Barr/McCain/Nader after changing my points allocation a bit.

    They are all wrong for me too.

    Ugh^3.

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