In the 2016 election cycle, the Democratic Party adopted a political Compass test to determine how its candidates fared against Republican counterparts in an effort to gauge the strength of their relationships with key constituencies.
The test is a simple, five-pointed symbol that consists of five circles, with a center circle representing a Democrat, and a circle representing an opponent.
This means that the party’s candidates must score between 0 and 100 on this test if they want to be considered an electable candidate.
The party’s political compass has a rating range of 1 to 5, meaning that the range is dependent on the candidate’s level of commitment to the issues the party cares about.
A party’s compass score is a key indicator of a candidate’s electability, as it is the most reliable indicator of the party and its prospects for success in the future.
However, if the candidate has a score of less than 5, he or she is considered an “unknown” and cannot be considered for the nomination.
If a candidate has no compass score, the party must consider him or her for the general election, although the party can still choose to not consider the candidate.
The political compass test has been widely criticized as being ineffective at predicting the actual results of the 2016 elections.
This was most evident during the 2016 Republican primary, when several candidates scored poorly on the test and many failed to win the nomination for the Republican Party.
The political compass can be a powerful tool for evaluating a candidate in the eyes of voters, and it has been used by candidates to predict how likely they are to win.
The 2016 Republican Party is using a political constellations test to help predict how the party will fare in the 2018 midterm elections.
The compass test also helps predict the chances of a particular candidate winning the general elections.
For example, it predicts that Senator Marco Rubio will easily win the 2018 election.
This prediction is supported by data from the political compass and political compass scorecard, which show Rubio to have a compass score of 5 and a political score of 8, which indicates a moderate score of 1.
However a political point score of 0 indicates a zero.
The chart below shows the political scorecard for the 2018 general election in Florida.
The blue dots indicate the candidates scores for the political constellation test and the red dots indicate their scorecard scores.
The Democratic Party has adopted a compass test for its 2020 general election as well, but its candidates score is at an 8 on the compass test.
It’s unclear how many Republicans who are not on the political compasses compass score will actually vote for the party.
For now, the Democrats’ chances of winning the 2018 elections are likely to be limited by the number of unaffiliated voters who will be turned off by the party because of their political views.
The 2018 Republican Party has already shown that it can win elections if it is able to attract more conservative voters.
In a post-election analysis of the 2020 Republican Party’s Congressional slate, political compass scores were found to predict the House candidate of the candidate who won the primary, but not the general.