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Time to Choose: A PBS/NPR Voter's Guide
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Who Do You Agree With? (Issues Match)
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how it works This year FRONTLINE, in consultation with the Pew Research Center and in partnership with SpeakOut.Com, has developed two quizzes that aim to take some of the guesswork out of your presidential choice.

The first quiz -- "Who do you agree with?" -- is focused on issues. The second quiz -- "Who do you like?" -- attempts to capture the intangible personal qualities--leadership, experience, and character--that make us view one candidate as "more presidential" than another. Most voter choices are a dynamic combination of these four categories--stands on the issues, leadership, experience, and character.

Take each quiz separately and learn something important and helpful to your vote. Take these quizzes together, however --in whichever order you prefer--and we will correlate your answers in ways we hope will help you clarify your views and inform your choice.

There are limits, of course, to this rough science: these quizzes do not aim to tell you which way to vote. That said, we believe these quizzes offer powerful tools for an important and often difficult choice.

SpeakOut.com This quiz is a modified version of "VoteMatch," a product of SpeakOut.com, "a political portal on the web that invites you to learn more about the day's hot issues, then SpeakOut and be heard." VoteMatch was developed by Jesse Gordon of Issues2000.org.

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