The sort of people who read this blog probably already know that their political views are unusual. If you think the amount of immigration should be much higher, or that the US government should spend a lot more money on AI Risk, or you have some convoluted opinion on crypto regulation, you have extremely weird views. But maybe people underestimate how weird they are for having
You focus a lot here on asking whether the site is choosing weird people to ask you about. But I wonder about how the site is describing these people. That is, there is no uniform way to describe people here: in question one, the first descriptor is about faith in politicians, in question two it is general party affiliation, in three immigration. Are you sure the site isn't made so as to describe these people in ways that will lead you astray so as to lead you to a conclusion based on that?
I went to the site and got the exact same first question. Which makes me think there's only a small set of questions - and then that makes me think they're cherry-picked to make a particular point.
Or maybe not. I don't have any trouble believing that people don't line up like this.
>He thinks the UK should take in many more Ukrainian refugees, but has been complaining about refugees from other countries coming in from Calais for months.
I don't think this is incoherent
I'm confused by the example that you give: "he’s anti-NATO and supports the (very left-wing) Stop the War Coalition, but votes Conservative and likes Boris Johnson. He thinks the UK should take in many more Ukrainian refugees, but has been complaining about refugees from other countries coming in from Calais for months." These views are absolutely coherent: isolationism and racism are absolutely standard views within the wider set of Conservative voters, and he very likely doesn't know how left-wing StWC is because they go out of their way to conceal it.
I find your first example of one of your friends fathers interesting, anti war, anti nato, would they be pro or anti UN? Depending on how they view war, they may see the UN as a mere hostility? I don't have a firm grasp of UK politics, though in Canada we took in Ukrainian refugees in the more recent past, perhaps your friends father met some from that point in time? Feel life experience can vary most of the votes up more then say sex or simply age itself, though you might have some events in age brackets that are bigger and may be shared more widely, curious stuff. Would try to study UK parties further before I give such a game a try, an interesting exploration.