Quiz: Tell Us How You'd Respond to These Political Conundrums and We'll Tell You How Diplomatic You Are
Tell Us How You'd Respond to These Political Conundrums and We'll Tell You How Diplomatic You Are
By: Teresa M.
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About This Quiz

Do you have the diplomacy required to be a politician? Let's say your opponent insulted your mom during a debate, how would you respond? Would you be able to keep your cool while expressing your stand on issues that affect every voter in the nation? This quiz is going to put your diplomacy skills to the test. By the time you're done, you will know exactly how diplomatic you are!

Would you run a smear campaign, or is taking the high road more your style? Respond to these political conundrums, and we'll tell you if you are cut out to run for office. It can be difficult to remain calm while your opponent says terrible things about you, but you are one sharp cookie and we believe in you! Whether you dance around it or you blurt out your true feelings, your future voters can count on you to tell the truth. But can they count on you to be diplomatic? 

It has been said that being diplomatic means being so charming and sly that you actually talk your opponent into your way of thinking. Let's see if you can do it! Answer the questions like you would respond on a real campaign trail! 

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