Take a fun personality quiz; you just may be surprised at the results!

Which Famous Female Politician Are You?

by Carla Hay

Find out which mover and shaker you’d be if you held a political office.

You’re participating in a debate during your political campaign. What are you most likely to do during the debate?
1 of 10 questions

Option A

Act intellectually superior to your opponent, repeat yourself when necessary and point your fingers to emphasize what you’re saying

Option B

Smile and nod a lot, refer to your notes and always be gracious and polite

Option C

Give your opponent an intense stare when you’re attacked, speak firmly and make open-hand gestures to deliver a point

Option D

Act like you’re just a regular gal, say folksy terms like “you betcha” and wink when you make a joke

Option E

You don’t participate in debates when you’re running for office

If you were a high-powered politician, what would you usually wear at work?
2 of 10 questions

Option A

Buttoned-up, one-colored suits with bright red lipstick

Option B

Conservative, solid-colored dress suits and pant suits, with your favorite pearl necklaces

Option C

Designer dress suits, glasses and pinned-back hair

Option D

Classic dress suits in pastel or neutral colors, with big and chunky necklaces

Option E

Pant suits in bold colors, sensible shoes and varying hairstyles

How do you feel about prayer and religious instruction in public schools?
3 of 10 questions

Option A

You personally believe that prayer belongs in public schools, but you think individual states or school districts should decide whether it’s allowed

Option B

Students can voluntarily pray on their own free time, but not in class, and public schools should not teach specific religions, unless it’s in the appropriate educational context, such as history lessons

Option C

Public schools should allow prayer and should teach the 10 Commandments

Option D

You’re a firm believer in separation of church and state, so you think prayer and religious instruction should not be allowed in public schools

Option E

You don’t have an opinion either way

The media would most likely describe you as a:
4 of 10 questions

Option A

Tough-talking and feminist liberal who’s like a feisty cat with more than nine lives

Option B

Highly intellectual and composed conservative who’s like a professor moonlighting as a foreign-affairs expert

Option C

Well-mannered and refined conservative who’s like a Southern belle in a power suit

Option D

Die-hard and stubborn liberal who’s like the Energizer bunny for underdogs

Option E

Maverick and outsider conservative who’s like a pit bull in lipstick

How do you feel about abortion laws?
5 of 10 questions

Option A

Abortion is always wrong (even in cases of rape or incest), and abortion should be illegal everywhere

Option B

You’re pro-choice but you think abortion generally isn’t the best choice, and pregnant minors who want an abortion should always have to get their parents’ consent

Option C

Although you’re personally opposed to abortion, you don’t think it should be illegal, and you have conflicting feelings about the type of consent a minor should have to get an abortion

Option D

You’re pro-choice all the way, and you think abortion should be legal everywhere and a pregnant minor shouldn’t have to tell her parents if she wants an abortion

Option E

Abortion should be illegal except in cases of rape or incest or if the mother’s life is in danger because of the pregnancy

What aspect of your personal life is most likely to be the subject of gossip?
6 of 10 questions

Option A

You keep your love life so private that people wonder about your sexuality

Option B

Your spouse or significant other has been known to cheat on you

Option C

One of your children has been involved in an out-of-wedlock pregnancy and/or using drugs

Option D

People speculate about whether or not you’ve had plastic surgery

Option E

Your spouse or romantic partner discusses your sex life in public

How would you describe your family life?
7 of 10 questions

Option A

You had your husband have several kids together. You and your spouse have never been divorced because you both don’t believe in divorce.

Option B

You and your significant other don’t have any biological kids together. If he has any kids from another relationship, then you’re their stepmother.

Option C

You have several children and grandchildren. If you’re married, you and your husband have been together for many years.

Option D

You have one or two kids by choice because you don’t think you’d have time for any more children. You’ve also had an up-and-down relationship with the father of your kid(s).

Option E

You’re not married and you don’t have children. You’ve tended to put your career first over starting your own family.

What belief best describes your thoughts on homosexuality and same-sex marriages?
8 of 10 questions

Option A

Sexual orientation is genetic, and same-sex marriages should be legal everywhere

Option B

Homosexuality is an immoral lifestyle choice, and same-sex marriages should be illegal everywhere

Option C

You haven’t made up your mind about whether same-sex marriages should be legal or not, but you think that the issue should be treated with sensitivity and respect

Option D

Homosexuality is immoral, but you don’t know if it’s always a lifestyle choice, and you think same-sex marriages should be illegal

Option E

Even though you think homosexuality is not immoral, you don’t think same-sex marriages should be legal, but you think same-sex civil unions should be legal

One of the favorite things you like to do in your free time is:
9 of 10 questions

Option A

Speed walking

Option B

Gardening

Option C

Playing a musical instrument

Option D

Going to one of your children’s sports games

Option E

Doing a crossword puzzle

What best describes your opinion on U.S. gun-control laws for private citizens?
10 of 10 questions

Option A

There should a limited right to bear arms, people who want guns should be subject to automatic background checks and there should be a ban on AK-47s

Option B

You’re a firm believer in the Constitution’s Second Amendment, and you generally believe the government shouldn’t interfere with people’s right to have guns

Option C

Semiautomatic firearms should be banned, people who want guns should be subject to background checks and the government should be allowed to confiscate lawfully held fireams during a natural disaster

Option D

You don’t think current gun-control laws are tough enough, and you think there should be more restrictions on getting guns

Option E

You’re a proud member of the National Rifle Association, and you’re opposed to almost all gun-control laws