ER's site and thought it interesting.
If you go here, you'll find the Political Compass website, where you can choose to take a survey to find out where they place you on a political compass.
The interesting thing there is that they measure not just Left and Right (as in More Communist or More Neo-Liberal/Capitalist or Libertarian) on the economic side of things, but also how you measure on a social side of things - more Authoritarian or more Libertarian (more State-Controlled or More Individual Freedom).
My score was:
Economic Left/Right: -6.75
Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -6.05
Or to the Left of Gandhi economically and more libertarian socially.
As is always the case with this survey, there are problems with the questions. For instance, "A mother can have a job but her primary role should be home-maker"
The statement repulses the feminist in me and I would strongly disagree, but then, in reality, I think ALL of our primary role ought to be home-makers. That is what people should be about - making a home and a community.
So, strictly honestly-speaking, I would answer a Strong Yes, but instead - because of the oppressive/sexist sound of the question - I answered a Soft No.
Still, an interesting test. Give it a try.