In most western countries, people judged mentally ill can be involuntarily committed (ie sent to a psychiatric hospital without their consent) if doctors judge them to be a danger to themselves or others, eg they seem suicidal. Which of these most clearly matches your thoughts on this issue?
David Graeber discusses the phenomenon of "bullshit jobs", jobs that feel "as if someone were out there making up pointless jobs just for the sake of keeping us all working." He says that many people, when asked directly and anonymously, will admit that their job is "utterly meaningless, contributes nothing to the world, and, in your own estimation, should not really exist." Do you think this describes you?
Imposter syndrome is "a pattern in which an individual doubts their accomplishments and has a persistent internalized fear of being exposed as a fraud". How often do you feel this way? Note: if you object to this question because "I am actually an imposter, it's not a syndrome", please select "almost all the time"
NIMBYs ("not in my back yard") believe that cities should restrict new development in order to preserve neighborhood character, quality of life, and existing communities. YIMBYs believe that cities should encourage new development to lower housing costs, increase density, and allow more people to live in desirable locations. Which group more closely matches your own views?
Some companies make vegetarian versions of common animal-based foods and call them by the name of the food they are replacing, like "the Beyond Burger" and "Just Mayonnaise". Meat companies argue this is false advertising, and that instead of calling their products "burger" or "mayonnaise" they should have to say things like "burger-style patty" or "pea-protein-based dip" or something else that makes it clear there is no beef or egg involved. How do you feel about this?