Political Quizzes

World's Smallest Political Quiz

The world-famous World’s Smallest Political Quiz is a fast, fun and accurate assessment of a person’s overall political views. The Quiz is composed of two parts: a new political map that is far more accurate than the old “Left versus Right” line, and ten questions on specific political issues to help a Quiz taker find his place on that new political map.

The Quiz political map is based on the “Nolan Chart” created in 1970 by David F. Nolan. In 1987 Advocates Founder Marshall Fritz created the World’s Smallest Political Quiz by adding ten questions to Nolan’s Chart, along with other refinements.

The Quiz originally appeared in card form and is still available in that form today. Millions of Quiz cards have been sold. The Quiz was the first political Quiz on the Internet (to our knowledge) and has been taken online millions of times.

Today’s Quiz is the result of thousands of hours of work building on these key insights by Nolan and Fritz. The Quiz is renowned for its accuracy, insights, and ease of use. It has been taken tens of millions of times, reprinted in newspapers, used in classrooms, and recommended by leading high school and college textbooks.

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iSideWith.com

iSideWith.com was started in March 2012 by two friends with two very different views of politics. We are constantly finding and building new ways to boost voter engagement and education using information, data, and breaking technologies.

Nick Boutelier and Taylor Peck of iSideWith.com

Taylor Peck 

Taylor is a political analyst and tech marketing consultant. He manages the data, research, and marketing aspects of the site. Having a lifelong interest in politics, he was searching for a way to engage more voters.

Nick Boutelier 

Nick manages the technology, user experience, data and analytics for the site. A lifelong undecided voter, he was searching for an easier way to stay updated on the issues and candidates he sides with.

That’s it! We are not affiliated with any investors, shareholders, political party or interest group.

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