You are a crusader for capitalism and economic prosperity.
Growth Capitalists are savvy and business-first industrialists. They feel that economic growth and prosperity should be maximized at all costs. Regulations, policies, and taxes just get in the way of progress.
Wanting to get things done, you strive for directness and authenticity in public discussion. You are a true American traditionalist, who doesn’t see a reason to change something if it seems to be working just fine. The economy should be optimized for growth, even at the expense of social safety programs. You believe that business-first policies, moderate regulation, and low taxes will secure American global economic supremacy for years to come.
You are a natural defender of the old guard, and often value respect, dedication, and dignity beyond all else when speaking to others. You look up to others who are steadfast in their defense of capitalism and business growth. You believe that people should pull themselves up by their bootstraps if they’re looking to prosper in the American way.
Sometimes though, you feel misunderstood and that the vast majority of the population just ‘doesn’t get it’. People getting left behind is a natural part of a socio-economic spectrum. Not everyone can be protected, so government leaders should prioritize growth-oriented policies. You believe that environmental health and social equality are not pressing concerns, unless they pose an immediate threat to economic health.
As a Growth Capitalist, your values optimize for economic prosperity and growth. Everyone should have the autonomy to fend for themselves and pursue their ambitions without substantial economic regulation.
Using MPP’s trait and engagement criteria, your personality match as a Growth Capitalist shows moderately high levels of political engagement, analytical reasoning, and value assertiveness. This indicates that you are highly confident and steadfast in your beliefs, and not afraid to defend your values and assert them. You tend not to be overly optimistic about humanity, and tend to have the viewpoint that the strongest will survive.
Political engagement measures the amount you actively engage in politics via socialization, reading/writing content, or actively engaging in civic affairs.
Idealism measures your outlook on the future. Those who are optimistic tend to see the good in others and have positive hope for humanity, whereas those who are pessimistic tend to be realists and darwinists.
Change appetite measures whether you would prefer things stay the same or if you want them to change (e.g reform).
Decision Making Process85%
Your decision-making process is measured on a scale of emotional dominant to analytical dominant reasoning. Emotional dominant reasoning means you are likely to go with your gut, whereas analytical dominant reasoning mostly relies on pure logic and facts.
Agreeableness measures how likely you are to be receptive to feedback and different opinions. People who are more close-minded tend to holdfast to their beliefs, whereas those who are open-minded tend to welcome different perspectives.
Value assertiveness measures how actively you project your values and opinions onto others. Those who are passive tend to keep to themselves, whereas those who are very assertive tend to openly advocate for their beliefs.
Your Ideal Society
Your ideal world is a fully capitalist-driven economy that rewards entrepreneurialism, business, and equity growth. Government should not limit economic growth, but rather should create an environment that promotes expansion, liquidity, credit, and industrialization.
Mild to moderate regulation is needed to ensure that businesses have a clear playing field, but these regulations should not unduly impact growth. Both short-term and long-term economic growth are equally important.
Political discussions around social issues, religion, and equality shouldn’t be a top priority for politicians. Ideally, politicians would work with top economists and business professionals to create an economy that champions American business and world economic supremacy.
Political Party Alignment
Social healthcare refers to prioritizing affordable and accessible healthcare for all, including mental healthcare.
Environmental health prioritizes issues like global warming, environmental regulations, and clean energy.
Wealth maximization refers to prioritizing policies that maximize economic, asset, and business growth.
Immigration rights refers to prioritizing policies around immigration reform, border reform, or a path to citizenship.
Social equality prioritizes policies that tend to support minority, women, and LGBTQ rights, including freedom of expression in all forms.
Education reform prioritizes policies that support K-12 education, after-school programs, and college access/affordability.
Religious fundamentals are policy prioritizes that focus on promoting and protecting religious values.
Amicable Global Relations30%
Amicable global relations encompasses policies that promote international cooperation, migration, aid, and globalism.
Law and Regulation45%
Law and regulation focuses on policies that uphold social order, government oversight, and criminal justice.
You primarily derive fulfillment out of maximizing your wealth and economic success over time. As someone who always compares themselves to others, you always want more – so it is difficult to ever have enough. You’re able to stay inspired when you can find a passion you can latch onto and help develop with your entrepreneurial mindset.
When it comes to politics, you won’t campaign on social issues, but will rather want what is best for business growth. If the economy is growing and business is thriving, then you’ll be satisfied that things are working well. You’re motivated to work hard and make sure that any new laws and regulations don’t interfere with American economic supremacy.
Ultimately, you identify more with wealth and success than you do with political parties.