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Where in Nolan Chart are Indonesian politicians Jokowi, Prabowo, Ahok, Surya Paloh, Mega?
Based on known evidence, where are the listed Indonesian politicians on Nolan Chart?
Tags: [libertarianism] [indonesia] [political-alignment]
The first problem with this question is that the Nolan chart is a subjective interpretation of a person's political stance. First, it's subjective how you interpret different viewpoints. Is "hate speech must be punished" an authoritarian or libertarian position? And even if you can come to a clear conclusion on every issue, you then have to decide how you rate people when they have views which fall on different sides of the spectrum. When someone says "legalize all drugs but censor all nudity" is that person a libertarian or an authoritarian? Do you have some point system? How do you decide which views score how many points? Is it relevant how much energy they invest into fighting for different issues? How do you quantify that?
This makes this question primarily opinon-based.
The second problem is that it asks not one question but five questions:
- Where is Jokowi on the political spectrum?
- Where is Prabowo on the political spectrum?
- Where is Ahok on the political spectrum?
- Where is Surya Paloh on the political spectrum?
- Where is Mega on the political spectrum?
Someone who is very familiar with one of these politicians (and willing to step into this minefield of subjectivity) might be able to provide an answer for one of these politicians. But it will be difficult to find someone who can answer properly for all five. Now you might say "no problem, let 5 different experts post 5 different answers, then". But that's not how Stack Exchange works. We are looking for one top answer which completely answers the question.
Further you would have to look at the whole spectrum of political opinions of the person to rate them properly. You are demanding quite a lot of work from the community. This makes the question too broad.
My recommendation if you want to know more about the political views of Indonesian politicians would be to:
- Identify a specific issue which is important to you
- Ask for the stance of one specific politician at a time