Political compass: social and economic
These are my latest test results at Political Compass.
"Right" is right on the economic (horizontal) scale.
"Libertarian" is on the social (vertical) scale.
I'm about the same as Milton Friedman, though not quite as right as he. In the Political Compass terminology we are both neo-liberals ("couples social Darwinian right-wing economics with liberal positions on most social issues. Often their libertarian impulses stop short of opposition to strong law and order positions, and are more economic in substance (ie no taxes) so they are not as extremely libertarian as they are extremely right wing.")
One way to put it is that I lean towards freedom for the individual in the social and the economic realm. But that doesn't mean I condone fraud or price manipulation. Rather, I believe the anarchy of the market generally produces the greatest good, that government has a narrow role to play in regulating markets, and we should be as wary of government failure as we are of market failure.
Take the test here.