This apparently puts me closer to Milton Friedman then anyone else. Not surprising really since I'm an economics student.
There are some weird questions on this test, that don't seem to have much to do with anything...
"Our race has many superior qualities, compared with other races."
"The enemy of my enemy is my friend."
"Controlling inflation is more important than controlling unemployment."
"Abstract art that doesn't represent anything shouldn't be considered art at all."
"Astrology accurately explains many things."
After extensively going over their site I disagree with some of their premises. They fail to adequately differentiate between social and economic left. Being for gay marriage makes you socially left, as it means less regulation and government. Being for welfare makes you both socially left and authoritarian, as welfare requires expanding government size and power as well redistribution of wealth by force. There is a reason the right-lib section of the chart is empty of historic examples even though tons of people get results there. It's because the authors have built unwarranted positive correlation between right and authoritative scores into this test. This is also why no one is scoring left-author.