I saw this in our major newspaper yesterday and thought posters might find it interesting, too. The vertical axis runs from Social Conservatism at the top to Social Liberalism at the bottom, and from Left Wing economics on the left to right wing economics on the right. Each candidate was asked 30 questions, and the results calculated from that. Th graph also shows the positions of some key figures in the parties. This really shows the range of choices available to Finnish voters in our municipal elections next week, and also shows the range of attitudes within some parties. What this shows most clearly is that there really is daylight between the economic policies of the Left Alliance (red) and National Coalition Party (dark blue), and between the social policies of the True Finns (turquoise) and Greens (light green). Helsingin Sanomat - International Edition - Home Then double click the image.