This is a list of political "celebrities" and the answers we judge they would have given to the survey. Their assumed answers give you a point of comparison for your own. From this page you can also see what we claim they would have answered to our questions, and why. If you think we're wrong, please get in touch to correct us.
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Racist megalomaniac Adolf Hitler was directly responsible for the murder of around ten million Jews, Gypsies and others he considered "racial inferiors", and caused the deaths of countless others in the Second World War.
(This survey is best suited to measuring the opinions of those living in modern Western democracies. Adolf Hitler obviously doesn't fit into that category, so these results should be taken as loosely illustrative only.)
Leader of the Liberal Democrats.
Paranoid dictator Josef Stalin collectivised agriculture in the USSR, killing millions in a man-made famine, and embarked on a reign of terror which lasted until his death in 1955 and left millions more imprisoned in the Gulag, or executed without trial.
(This survey is best suited to measuring the opinions of those living in modern Western democracies. Josef Stalin obviously doesn't fit into that category, so these results should be taken as loosely illustrative only.)
Ex-Labour politician, presently elected Mayor of London. Since the abolition of the GLC in the early 1980s, Ken has been partially successful in shaking off his "Red Ken" image.
Conservative Prime Minister from 1978 to 1990, credited with the rise of monetarism and a laissez-faire policy which came to be called "Thatcherism".
Conservative Politician, Home Secretary under John Major, and now leader of the Conservative Party.
"Old Labour" socialist, Tony Benn was a Labour MP until 2001, when he retired "to spend more time on politics". He famously renounced his peerage in the 1960s in order to remain in the House of Commons.
Architect of "New Labour" and Prime Minister since 1997.
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