Richard Chappell of Philosophy et cetera is trying to move the IPIP-NEO personality test into the more conservative parts of the blogosphere, and he's enlisted me to help. To participate, just follow the instructions below. I do consider this the most informative personality test I've ever taken, and I took the time to interact with my results with some criticism and some appreciation back when I took it. That post gives a good sense of what the test looks at. He's combined this with the Political Compass, which I've also taken, but I can't seem to find a post where I discuss the results. He doesn't link to The Blogosphere Political Compass Project, which records different bloggers' scores on that test. I'm glad I submitted mine, or I would have to take it again. The Political Compass is a much more nuanced political categorization than standard left-right analyses. It separates two ways of being libertarian. One opposes authoritarianism, the other collectivism. Where you stand on each scale might be independent of where you stand on the other.