Worthwhile read to fully understand the theory, but the gist of the article states that when taking into account harm, fairness, loyalty, authority, and purity as five aspects of how a person perceives their own sense of morality, the bridge between liberals and conservatives exist in that liberals place strong emphasis on the first two, while conservatives tend to value all five (although, personally, I think some of them emphasize the last two more).
These were my results:
I think this explains much on why many who are very liberal or very conservative in turn often get very confused when I discuss my perspective with them, and why I usually become estranged from both sorts of people. I wish that they had separated loyalty to individual and loyalty to a group– Loyalty, in this test, refers more to the loyalty of a group, especially country, religious affliations, social institutions, etc. that would be more identifiable to conservatives. So if anything, my Loyalty score says, in my estimation, that I value loyalty to individuals more than I value loyalty to groups.
Gee, any surprise that I don't affiliate myself to a political party?