There aren't as many horribly ambiguous questions.
The methodology is open so we can see how your answers get
converted to a score.
Rather than start with preconceived left/right
authoritarian/libertarian axes, he has used principal
component analysis to find a two-dimensional political space.
The first dimension seems to correspond to the conventional
left/right axis. The second dimension is less well
defined. Lightfoot calls it pragmatic/idealistic, but you
should not get too hung up on the name---the important thing
is that someone is the same location in the 2D space as you
will tend to answer all the questions the same way.
You get a results page that lets you show anyone exactly how
you answered the questions.
In the table below, you can, if you wish, enter the URL that Chris Lightfoot's
survey gives you for your results. That creates an asterisk
next to your name that links to your results page. So you can
show others where you are in this table, if someone follows a
link to this page from your blog, your name should
appear in red.