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Tool to Help in Your Voting

Filed under: General — Ministry of Men's Affairs @ 10:54 am Sun 17th September 2017

We found this tool in which you choose your views and preferences about matters and these are compared with the policies to tell you which party’s policies are most in line with your views. Seems reasonably based and quite fun:


  1. Lets see if I can get us a link to that page…

    Comment by voices back from the bush — Mon 18th September 2017 @ 5:29 pm

  2. voices back from the bush Da real MVP

    Comment by BabyMeat — Tue 19th September 2017 @ 6:46 pm

  3. Here is an example of an oppressed section of USA society organising together, to try to achieve the best outcome for themselves, from the upcoming presidential election:
    Some of these ideas could be used in NZ.

    Comment by Murray Bacon — Tue 18th June 2019 @ 8:04 am

  4. Carr noted there is a need for policies that will serve to “build economically thriving, educated, healthy, and safe communities” and provide Black women seats at decision-making tables.

    Not sure that Feminist tribalism/identity politics would be the best vehicle for men.

    Comment by Boonie — Tue 18th June 2019 @ 8:24 am

  5. “You put us last on your list, we’ll put you last on ours.”,, the closing statement from the link Murray provided above,,,, are there the numbers to command such attention??

    Comment by mama — Tue 18th June 2019 @ 8:43 am

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