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Test Calibration

In order to improve this test and understand how it is used, please help us out by answering these two questions:

What is your zip code?

Please select the profile you think would be the best fit for you.
Social Media
Street Canvassing
Volunteer Facilitation
Community Outreach
Material Production
Phone Banking
Digital Operations



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MCA Coordinates

Below, you can see how similar you are to various campaign activities (black) and previous test takers (blue). You are closest to {{suggestedProfile}}. How does this test work?

Multiple Correspondence Analysis

Back to results.

Your profile results are calculated using a statistical method, called MCA, used by both Sociologists and Psychologists to create maps of social worlds, or fields as they sometimes call them. In short, the idea is that categories like “street canvasser” or “material production” can be described using patterns through batteries of questions, such as this test.

Each pattern, along with your own pattern, are reduced to two dimensional points on a map. Points that are close to each other, such as “Social Media” and “Digital Operations”, have similar patterns. In this test, this means that if your pattern is similar to an activity type, you are given that as your profile.

If you have more questions about the test, you are welcome to contact einar_stensson@hotmail.com.

You can read more about MCA and the calculations involved in the method section of this Masters thesis.

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