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Online Quiz Matches Voters With Presidential Candidates

The free quiz takes an in-depth look at your stance on a range of issues, then compares them to candidates' responses.

Still on the fence about which candidate you'd like to vote for?

Try iSideWith.com, an online tool that matches your stance on various issues with those of Mitt Romney, Barack Obama or those running on other lines, such as Jill Stein, presidential candidate for the Green Party. 

The site was launched earlier this year to help voters match up with their ideal candidate, and it's quickly gaining popularity through social media channels. In fact, according to iSideWith.com's homepage, more than a million people have taken the free quiz to determine their ideal candidate since it went live in March.

The quiz covers everything from social issues to foreign policy. Answers can also be fine tuned: You can choose general or more detailed responses, and a scale allows you to set the level of importance for each issue. Your responses are then analyzed to determine your ideal candidate, complete with a breakdown of your response matches.

Seems to be a pretty handy tool, but does it work? You tell us. Take the free quiz on iSideWith.com and let us know what you think. Is the candidate it matched with you the candidate you plan to vote for?

Ridgewood Mom October 15, 2012 at 05:03 PM
We are back up to the original five pictures I see.
BellairBerdan October 15, 2012 at 05:27 PM
Yes XJS, calling me more names has proven you are the big thinker. Thank you for pointing that out to everyone. You did it without having to go to the dictionary to find condescending "college words" too.
Gary October 15, 2012 at 05:29 PM
XJS, for the record @stewart resmer was referring to a documented analysis provided to Bloomberg News by the Rob Me campaign. It was specific to Rob Me's discourse on the viability of providing a deficit neutral 20% tax reduction; fact of the matter is NONE of the six sources EACH of which was dissected (and discussed with the originating sources AEI, Heritage, and the Professors) and proved to just not be mathematically possible to achieve the objective of deficit nuetral unless taking away ALL meaningful deductions down to the $100K level. Now for the record if Rob Me wants to screw a family making $100K/yr by taking away $8K interest deduction on $250K mortgage, and another $22K for standard deduction for a family of 4, and another $8K for state income tax in total equating to approximately $10K (real tax benefit for individuals in the 25% tax bracket) and trade that for a $5K tax rate deduction (20% of 25%=5% or $5K on $100K) so be it; and if that $5K hit hurts people no problem. Just don't say you're not going to effect middle class families.... But don't call the observation "empty" or "condescending" neither of which it is, but simply information.
XJS October 15, 2012 at 06:01 PM
Gary- You do your analysis a disservice by calling him Rob Me. It's as lame as Obummer (and equally as silly). I don't think Romney is the answer any more than Obama is. The fact remains that both are killing the middle class slowly but surely. I was not speaking to the points in the article. I was speaking to one specific comment made by Bellair (at first) and then moved on to his and RM's comments in general.
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