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#193431 10-Mar-2016 18:44
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Who else has taken the Kiwi meter survey. Apparently I am a Patriot according to the results.

 

Makes for some interesting reading.





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  #1510831 10-Mar-2016 19:01
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I'm a Patriot too.


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  #1510832 10-Mar-2016 19:01
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This thread really needs a link. This one?

 

 

 

https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/kiwimeter-kind-kiwi-you.html 





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  #1510833 10-Mar-2016 19:10
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This is a REALLY interesting survey, well constructed, that gives you very detailed results /feedback.

 

Highly recommended  smile

 

(My results:  YOUR CLOSEST FIT:  Egalitarian. YOU ARE LEAST LIKE: Traditionalist)





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  #1510835 10-Mar-2016 19:17
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what rubbish told me im a patriot, and i dont care about the kiwi lifestyle, hate the beach BBQ's and Rugby and i dont drink. after reading the others im a mixture of Sceptics and Globalist .





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  #1510858 10-Mar-2016 19:44
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Apparently I am one of six predetermined 'types'. ; ).

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  #1510860 10-Mar-2016 19:52
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vexxxboy:

 

what rubbish told me im a patriot, and i dont care about the kiwi lifestyle, hate the beach BBQ's and Rugby and i dont drink. after reading the others im a mixture of Sceptics and Globalist .

 

 

You are a skeptical patriotic globalist - the survey never lies.

 





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  #1510866 10-Mar-2016 20:12
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Who is responsible for this thing anyway?

 
 
 
 


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  #1510867 10-Mar-2016 20:13
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YOUR CLOSEST FIT

 

Patriot

 

Along with 36% of Kiwis

 

 

 

just 36% of patriots in this country?... meh I'm leaving

 

 

 

:D

 

 




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  #1510887 10-Mar-2016 20:33
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I'll let the GCSB fill out the survey for me. They should be able to get enough info without needing to fire up too many satellites. wink





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  #1510904 10-Mar-2016 21:01
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I am a globalist. To be frank, I wouldn't know how to live with myself if I were somehow defined as a Kiwi patriot. I find the concept of being a patriot and all that it represents utterly reprehensible.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  #1510907 10-Mar-2016 21:09
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They reaaaally want you to pick rugby don't they!


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  #1510912 10-Mar-2016 21:13
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An Import since 1978 and having seen the destruction of values , I'm proud of what NZ stands for (although sad to see it slowly eroding away). Yep, I am very proud to be classed as a Traditionalist -

 

 

 

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Traditionalist are enthusiastic supporters of the Kiwi way of life and its sport culture. They believe in upholding traditional New Zealand values and in preserving the nation’s cultural heritage.

 

New Zealand's British heritage features relatively prominently in Traditionalists' conception of national identity, and they are more receptive to the British monarchy and the Commonwealth than are most other New Zealanders. Traditionalists tend to believe that the contributions of Māori to New Zealand's national identity are overstated, and prefer that religious and ethnic minorities integrate more deeply into mainstream Kiwi society. Traditionalists believe that New Zealanders should be regarded as individuals rather than as members of any particular religious or ethnic group. They generally feel that political correctness has gone too far.

 

Traditionalists often think that New Zealanders should focus their attention on their communities and are the least likely among Kiwis to express a sense of belonging to a more global community. They express concern that foreign influences are negatively affecting the Kiwi way of life, which is reflected in their scepticism of the value of immigration to Kiwi society. Traditionalists frequently believe that New Zealand's culture is changing too fast and that the values that have kept New Zealand strong need to remain at core of its national identity.


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  #1510933 10-Mar-2016 21:36
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Interestingly, along with me, seems there is reasonable support for the flag to be changed. If the poll was truly representative and the election held today we would be new flag owners!Yay!

 

 I'm a patriot and proud of it. I found some of the questions difficult to answer, but end the end went with gut feeling.


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  #1510940 10-Mar-2016 21:45
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Tells me I am egalitarian hmmmm




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  #1510943 10-Mar-2016 21:49
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 I failed.

 

 





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