Take the Nolan Test – Are you a Centrist?



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In politics, centrism usually refers to the political ideal of promoting moderate policies which land in the middle ground between different political extremes. Most commonly, this is visualized as part of the one-dimensional political spectrum of Left-Right politics, with centrism landing in the middle between left-wing politics and right-wing politics. — Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia

Centrists are ideologically flexible. Centrists recognize the complexity of public policy choices and look to many kinds of solutions. Which solution depends on the circumstances, the problem, and the public interest. Ideologues repeat their slogans with little regard to the specific policy problem at hand. Conservatives shout “private good, public bad.” Liberals shout “public good, private bad.” By contrast, the centrist movement can show politicians how to use both the private and public sectors (often in combination) to creatively solve problems that we would otherwise just shout about. — Centrists.Org

Centrist: A person or political party with a position in the center of the ideological spectrum — Debbie Twyman and Craig Whitney, The American Citizen

Centrism. A political position that is neither left nor right but which occupies the middle ground. — iAmericanSpirit Political Dictionary

Fellow Centrist’s, Welcome – Puddy Dunne


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