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Social Democratism

You scored -2Moral Order, 6 Moral Rules!

The Social Democratic current came into being by a break within the Socialist movement in the early 20th century. One reformist group of Socialists rejected the idea of a Socialist revolution, and instead tried to achieve the Socialist ideals through Democratic means. Social Democrats are in favor of a highly regulated Capitalist market economy, but with a strong and large government [Moderate Interdependence]. Social Democracy is often considered the most commonly embraced political ideology in the world.

Their Analysis (Vertical line = Average)

  • Moral Order Distribution

    They scored -2% on Moral Order, higher than 58% of your peers.

  • Moral Rules Distribution

    They scored 6% on Moral Rules, higher than 66% of your peers.

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