Rightvalues is a quiz for the people on the right of the spectrum, based upon and serves as the alternative to the LeftValues quiz. If you are not a rightist, this quiz is obviously not suited for you, and you should look for the LeftValues instead. You will be presented with a statement, and then you will answer with your opinion on the statement, from Strongly Agree to Strongly Disagree, with each answer slightly affecting your scores. At the end of the quiz, your answers will be compared to the maximum possible for each value, thus giving you a percentage. Answer honestly!
There are 69 questions in the generic main test.
Similar to 8values, this quiz will attempt to match you with a specific rightist ideology, which is shown in the "Closest Match" section. Please remember that you are not intended to get a 100% score in any of the categories. The point of the quiz is to challenge your views. If you have any suggestions or constructive criticism please open an issue in the Github, linked in the upper right corner of this page.
8values is licensed under the MIT License, which permits "without restriction" the rights to "use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software". LeftValues is licensed under the MIT License, which permits "without restriction" the rights to "use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software". RightValues is thus able to legally modify the original 8values without infringing on any copyright. RightValues is based on LeftValues and 8Values.
What are the values?
There are currently six axes, each of which has two opposing values. They are: