Actually, I just re-did the questions again and kept a copy of my answers and the high-low importance selections. I came in 85% for Ron. But, by changing justMessage 1 of 4 , Sep 12, 2007View Source
Actually, I just re-did the questions again and kept a copy of my answers and the high-low importance selections.
I came in 85% for Ron. But, by changing just one of my answers to "Supporting the Iraq War" to yes from no..all else being the same, it choses Tancredo 87% as my pic.
Which shows when Tancredo drops out, there would be a natural affinity for some of them to support Ron. Basically, we need to be "friendly" to his supporters now, not "trash" Tancredo as he and Ron are friends btw to begin with.
All other answers the same, but changing "No Child Left Behind" from no to yes, changed to Fred 84% ;)
Who knows how this thing calculates or sets values or paramaters for calculating the candidates anyway? but..its kind of fun to mess around with it. A ban on assult weapons pulled up Hillary. haha
ps. I also noticed changing the same sex marriage answer from no to yes didnt' change my Ron Paul % at all, still at 85%, so again, who knows how this thing is set to trigger what candidate selection?