25 is George Bush the Dad, and I was happy to be in that company. However, I just scored 32 on this test (between Jack Kemp's 30 and Bob Dole's 35), still in great company. I suspect that my increased conservative score comes from a stronger support for the 2nd Amendment than I had in the past.
However, I'm not convinced that a linear representation is the best for identifying political affiliation. The libertarians have a 2x2 array for political affiliation, one in which I was identified as a centrist but leaning right. In the comments on that post are links to other internet quizzes, and on one of of those I scored
The Political Compass
Economic Left/Right: 4.38
Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -0.82
These appear to be 10-point scales each way; I'm 4.38 units right, and .82 units towards libertarian.
I'm in the same quadrant as Milton Friedman, so I have good company. Again, this is about where I expect to be--distance-wise, not too far from the center.
So we'll take these quizzes with a grain of salt. But when we have many grains put together, and they're all white, perhaps we have the contents of a shaker.