University of Virginia Psychologist Jonathan Haidt has devised a short survey called the Moral Foundations Questionnaire to measure ethical attitudes based on five hypothesized moral foundations. His results show a conspicuous difference in the moral psychology of self-identified conservatives versus self-identified liberals. The questionnaire measures harm/care, justice/fairness, ingroup loyalty, respect for authority, and purity/sanctity. The result page displays your score as a bargraph next to the averaged liberal and conservative scores.

http://www.yourmorals.org/explore.php (Its the top one on the list.)
My score: 3.8, 3.2, 1.5, 1.7, 1.0

Mike
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"No man chooses evil because it is evil; he only mistakes it for happiness, which is the good he seeks."
Mary Wollstonecraft

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My results are (with Liberal and Conservative average score):

Harm 3.0 (Lib 3.7, Con 3.0)
Fairness 3.5 (Lib 3.8, Con 3.0)
Loyalty 1.2 (Lib 2.1, Con 3.1)
Authority 1.2 (Lib 2.1, Con3.3 )
Purity 0.3 (Lib 1.3, Con 2.9)

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