If an online political quiz is accurate, more Georgians align with the viewpoints of Libertarian Gary Johnson than other candidates in the presidential election.
According to a quiz on ISideWith.com, 52 percent of its participants from Georgia as of Sept. 17 have views that match those of Johnson; 48 percent matched President Barrack Obama and 44 percent matched Republican Mitt Romney.
More than 3.1 million people nationwide have participated, according to the website, which pitches the quiz as a way for voters to find their candidate for the November election.
The quiz, which takes a few minutes to complete, asks participants questions about health care, the economy, immigration, social issues, foreign and domestic policy, science and the environment.
The website claims it is "not affiliated with any investors, shareholders, advertisers, political party or interest group."
Click here to take the quiz and find out with which candidate your views most closely align. Let us know the results in the comments.
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