Thursday, June 28, 2007 3:05:38 PM
obviously intelligence is not a factor in one's political ideology, or vice-versa; it`s just a fun question that gets people interested, which obviously worked because you`re all talking about it. and yes, reaction time does factor into intelligence if you think about it. quicker reactions are due to quicker mental processing -- in layman`s terms, your brain functions faster, which means it works better. that`s why smarter people think faster than the average person. and although i am a liberal, there are obviously intelligent conservatives, otherwise their party would have crumbled. it`s just interesting to see how people of different political beliefs compare in their performance.
Saturday, August 27, 2005 3:20:03 PM
I think your post shows how paranoid you Republicans are. If you're not controlling the voting and fixing the results (as in Ohio in 2004), you figure the other side must be doing it. Looking at the results of the Challenge, the anti-Bush forces won by only 1.17 points. So, if you scored 30 points less than the average anti-Bush tester, you also scored 28.83 points less than the average Bush supporter. I guess that`s all that needs to be said.
Thursday, August 25, 2005 7:02:23 PM
This test unfairly favors anti-Bush test takers. I told it I was pro-Bush I got 100% accuracy and a very fast time, and it said I scored about 30 points lower than the average antiBush nut. This just goes to show you liberals are desperate propagandists.