Where Does This Test Put You?
I think this quiz is flawed by the assumptions that are inherent in the questions, but I took it for kicks anyway. It put me in the category of Solidly Secular even though I told it I consider myself to be a very religious person. The percentage of other Solidly Secular testees who considered themselves very religious was zero.
I think, if I fit anywhere in this typology at all, I fit better under "Other Faiths" which is the catch-all category under "Non-Christian Faiths", which would put me in the "Diversely Devout" Type. But really, Pew has no category that accurately describes my view, as indeed the world at large, apparently, currently does not.
Pew Research Center RELIGIOUS TYPOLOGY
TAKE THE QUIZ HERE:
You can be secular and very religious, it's just an admittance that nation state laws over rule religious dogma.
I have very churchy friends who would be aghast if their religious dogma was imposed on all. They are into freedom of belief and support secular society as much as I do.
I agree that the quiz is flawed because it makes no distinction between attendance or participation in something that is a secular as a Unitarian church and similar involvement in a mainstream Christian or Catholic church. Some non-believers are very involved in such Unitarian churches, but it doesn't make them at all religious. Few Unitarians are, they just want to be part of some community where they can openly be who they are and their kids can have some sort of education about humanism and world religions. It gives their kids a way to be part of a peer group that is not religious so they don't have to fake it and join their school peers in a youth group at a church that is religious.
I'm SS, like everybody else. I took a similar quiz, from the same source, Pew Research, on political typology, and measured as Progressive Left, which was no surprise at all to me. Put me in a very small minority of Americans, and most closely aligned with Bernie Sanders. None of that surprised me either, but I bet a lot of people who vote for mainstream Dems would find, by taking such a quiz, that they agree with progressives like Bernie more than mainstream corporate Dems, but they got turned off by the socialist label, despite how much they agree with him on policy. For that we can thank the good ole DNC and the corporate media, for crushing their hopes for something better than the statue quo and convincing them that any vote for someone not likely to win is wasted. So they hold their nose and vote for corporate Dems they really don't agree with or don't vote at all.