Seems that bloggers have a strong urge to post their scores for Bryan Caplan’s Libertarian Purity Test. So here’s a spot where you can post your score and find blogs with similar (or different) scores.
[Go here to see the table and the form.](http://cgi.cse.unsw.edu.au/~lambert/cgi-bin/survey/libertarianpurity.html)
The test does seem to be another one of those tests that tries to convince you that you are a libertarian. It said that I was a “soft-core libertarian”, which I don’t think is right, but it’s still fun as long as you don’t take the results too seriously.
If you are in a test taking mood, you can visit my other postings that let you post test results.
Update: Joe Carter also has a collection of results of the test.
And here is Caplan’s original posting of the test in 1993.
Update 2: Since some people have entered their results for both this test and the Political Compass I thought it would be interesting to see how the Libertarian/Authoritarian score on that test related to the score on the test. The answer, shown in the graph below, is there is no relation at all. The next graph shows that the higher your Left/Right score is, the higher your libertarian score is. The last graph plots the actual Libertarian purity test scores on the political compass. In theory, the high numbers should be in the bottom right quadrant, but that is not particularly true.