Drag and drop some people from the clickable tabs below onto the Two-D Political Map.
(You don't need to do them all.) Full instructions.
Marine Le Pen
This page lets you vote on the political position of some well-known public figures in Britain and abroad.
You can say for each one how left or right wing they are, plus how nationalist or internationalist. Once you
have cast your own vote, you can see how other people perceive them. Here's how it works:
Simply drag any of the people icons from below the grid and drop them onto your desired position on
the Two-D grid.
There are 5 tabs of people — Conservative, Labour, Others, Former Prime Ministers and Abroad. Each
tab has 10 people.
You do not need to position all the possible people. Just position the ones that you are interested in.
Make sure that the position on both the left/right axis and the international/national axis is what
For more details of the Two-D Political Mapping, see how it works.
The centre of the icon represents the precise position of the person.
Icons must be positioned within the grid and cannot go beyond the purple boundary edge. All political
positions from 0° to 100° in all four directions can be used.
When ready, press the "Submit Votes". This will cast your vote for the selected
people, and also show you where other people (on average) placed them. The icons are now frozen.
A table will also be shown below the tabs giving your positions and the average voted positions in numerical terms.
You can toggle between your own votes and the overall public vote by pressing the button
marked either "Show my Votes" or "Show public's Votes".
If you like, you can press the "Re-edit Votes" button which will toggle the positions back to your previous
choice and re-enable editing. You can now adjust the positions, add more people, and re-submit if you want to.
Multiple votes will only be counted once.
Theresa May : Home Office
Boris Johnson : By Jerry Daykin - originally posted to Flickr as 100_1278, CC BY 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=3985243
Philip Hammond : By Secretary of Defense - http://www.flickr.com/photos/secdef/8497762476/sizes/o/in/photostream/, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=25036753
Amber Rudd : UK Government
Liam Fox : UK Government
David Davis : UK Government
Ruth Davidson : Scottish Parliament
George Osborne : HM Treasury
Michael Gove : Dept of Education
Jacob Rees-Mogg : Wikimedia Commons: LadyGeek TV
Jeremy Corbyn : Garry Knight
Tom Watson : Tom Watson website
Diane Abbott : Wikimedia Commons: Rwendland
John McDonnell : Transition Heathrow
Emily Thornberry : Wikimedia Commons: Rwendland
Hilary Benn : By Her Britannic Majesty's Government - http://www.defra.gov.uk/corporate/website/copyright/ - originally released by FOI, see http://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/photographs_of_ministers_4#incoming-76719 and http://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/27362/response/76719/attach/9/Hilary%20Benn%20photo.jpg, OGL, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=20334860
Chuka Umunna : Wikimedia Commons: Off2riorob
Angela Eagle : UK Government
Tristram Hunt : Tristram Hunt website
Ed Balls : National Archives
Nigel Farage : Photo by DAVID ILIFF. License: CC-BY-SA 3.0
Paul Nuttall : Euro Realist Newsletter
Douglas Carswell : Steve Punter
Nicola Sturgeon : Scottish Government
Tim Farron : West Berkshire Liberal Democrats
Caroline Lucas : Tanoshimi
Leanne Wood : National Assembly for Wales
Lord Sugar : Wikimedia Commons: Joeeddy8
Prince Charles : Dan Marsh
Justin Welby : Foreign and Commonwealth Office
David Cameron : UK Government
Gordon Brown : UK Government
Tony Blair : World Travel and Tourism Council
John Major : PFC TRACEY L. HALL-LEAHY, USA, US Dept of Defense
Margaret Thatcher : Chris Collins, Margaret Thatcher Foundation
Harold Wilson : Eric Koch, Dutch National Archive
Edward Heath : Frank Hall, US Dept of Defense
Harold Macmillan : UK Government
Clement Attlee : University of Michigan
Winston Churchill : UK Government
Donald Trump : Michael Vadon, Donald Trump
Barack Obama : Pete Souza, Obama-Biden Transition Project
Hillary Clinton : Tim Pierce
Angela Merkel : Elza Fiuza/Agencia Brasil
Francois Fillon : Marie-Lan Nguyen
Marine Le Pen : Foto-AG Gymnasium Melle
Jean-Claude Juncker : Factio popularis Europaea
Narendra Modi : Flickr: Narendra Modi
Vladimir Putin : Russian Presidential Press and Information Office
Xi Jinping : Erin A. Kirk-Cuomo, US Dept of Defense