• Analyze your "political-related" genetic markers
  • Take a quiz, mapping your political views
  • Compare your political views between DNA-based and Quiz-based results

Are your political views affected by DNA?

With DNA-based results compare your political views!
  • Analyze your "political-related" genetic markers
  • Take a quiz, mapping your political views
  • Compare your political views between DNA-based and Quiz-based results
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Science behind the underlying genetic effects

A comprehensive DNA analysis of the following economical and political preferences.
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  • Immigrant Policy
  • Economic Policy
  • Environmental Policy
  • Social inequality Policy

Quiz to measure your political view

A custom quiz measures your political views on immigrant, economic, environmental, and equality policies. The result will indicate your likely political orientation, blue indicating liberal leanings and red indicating conservative leanings.

Nature vs Nurture?

Compare between DNA-based (Nature) and Quiz-based (Nurture) results of your political views.

How are your political views
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Science behind the report

Researchers from Cornell University and New York University investigated the underlying genetic effects on economic and political preferences.
They used single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) data obtained from 9,836 Swedish twins. A part of the Political Attitudes Battery questionnaire was used to measure five dimensions of political preference: immigration/crime, economic policy, environmentalism, feminism/equality and foreign policy. As for measuring economic policy, participants were asked to indicate their views of various proposals, such as “Decrease the public sector,” “Decrease taxes” and “Have more private companies in health care.” Answer options were presented in a Likert-like scale with five choices ranging from “Very good proposal” to “Very bad proposal.” The results revealed that moderate correlations may exist between economic policy support and the specific genetic markers evaluated.
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