The Libertarian Party of Orange County, CA's version of the Nolan chart
Edited by Paul Studier http://paulstudier.com
This quiz is freely available in both .PDF and it's native forms. It
consists of 4 pieces.
First is the chart itself. It is available in Microsoft Publisher
.PUB and in .PDF. Print on 8.5 x 14 inch paper (legal size), cut on
the dotted line, and blow it up to 20x30 inches, and mount on a foam core.
Consolidated Reprographics and some Kinko's can handle this. Please note
that the dots go inside the squares, not on the intersections.
quizposter4.pub Survey in
Microsoft Publisher .PUB
quizposter4.pdf Survey in
Adobe Acrobat .PDF
Second are the questions. They are 10 questions answered Yes, Maybe
or No. Yes is always a vote for freedom. Do not call it a quiz,
the word scares people. Call it a survey. It it the top half of
the front of the survey.
The bottom half of the survey is blank. A half page survey is less
intimidating than a full page.
Third is the interpretation. It has a copy of the chart, an explanation
of the different political types, and contact info. When you score the
questions, mark where the person goes both on the big chart and on this sheet.
Then give him the sheet. Since he invested time in this sheet,
and he has his dot on it, he might read it once before throwing it out.
Fourth, is the membership coupon. If he wants to join, have him fill
it out, tear it out, and keep it. If not, leave it attached, and let
him take it with the questions and interpretation.
Page one (on 8.5 x 11 paper)
Alternatively, one can just print the Questions on front and Interpretation on the back of half a page, and have the membership coupons separate. Half page may be less intimidating.
Of course you will want to change the contact information. You can
edit the original files, or print the .PDF files and cut and paste.
Coupon in Microsoft Publisher .PUB
Coupon in Adobe Acrobat .PDF
quiztop2.sdw Questions and
Interpretation in OpenOffice .SDW (also StarOffice).
quiztop2.pdf Questions and
Interpretation in Adobe Acrobat .PDF
You can get a free .PDF reader at http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html
.PDF files print better if you uncheck the box "Shrink oversize pages to
page size" but check the box "Auto rotate and center pages".
Open Office is available for free at http://www.openoffice.org. Warning, the file is huge!
To download one of these files instead of opening it, right click on the
link and select "Save Target As ..."
Also available are TIFF files for the Liberty logos:
LIBERTYH.TIF Head of the Statue
STATUELI.TIF Statue of Liberty
If all else fails, email me, and I will snail mail you paper copy.
Hope this helps.