Out of these twenty questions, only three candidates agreed with my answers on at least half of them - Warren (14), Yang (11), and Sanders (10). My answers were a mix of "progressive" and "moderate" answers, but obviously slanted toward "progressive".
Where I parted from typical "progressive wing" answers, I seem to line up with Yang.
At the bottom of my heap were Gabbard (3), Biden (5), and maybe Bloomberg (7). Considering these three happen to be ones which I was already not wishing to support, at least I don't have to worry about any cognitive dissonance there.
If I were using these results as a tool to figure out who else I'd like to support ... well, Yang has already dropped out. And there's not a big difference between Pete (9) and Klobuchar (8). I was surprised that they came in almost the same level as Sanders (10), though. I was expecting more of a divide.
Yang's comparatively high score did surprise me, but that point is moot now. It was only one question higher than Sanders, though. Basically, I have a smooth continuum from Yang to Bloomberg, with one comparative "dream candidate" poking above (Warren 14), and a couple "no thanks" candidates below (Gabbard 3, Biden 5).https://wapo.st/policy-quiz-2020
The Post has asked each Democratic candidate where they stand on more than 85 policy questions. Now, it’s your turn to answer our favorites.wapo.st