According to Spekr I’m a -4 on the X axis and -54 on the Y axis, which matches with my other findings. My 8 values test got this result
So yeah, economically moderate and socially libertarian. The govt, in my opinion has 4 jobs: to protect its nation from both domestic and foreign threats (terrorism, military threats, climate change, crime natural disasters, etc.), uphold the civil and economic liberties of all within its sphere of influence (basically everyone within its borders or within its client states, should it have any), provide essential economic services (education, healthcare, infrastructure, and potentially a UBI, among others), and to ensure fair and ethical practices (links back to number 2, but this one focuses more on economic exploitation, animal rights, etc.)
It is NOT the job of the government to:
Directly intervene in foreign affairs where the nation’s populace/citizens aren’t in danger or aren’t done in conjunction with international approval (for example, by this definition the Afghan-American and 2nd world wars are ok but the Iraq War [2nd one] and intervention in WW1 are not)
Impose restrictions on the actions of the individual which only affect the individual or consenting partners. This is infringing on the rights of others and is a form of tyranny.
To force religious/ideological beliefs on the populace. While education in the practices and existence of various ideologies and religions is fine, the people should be able to choose their association freely.
To directly control the economy. Economic regulations to ensure fair practice, free trade, and environmental protection are necessary, but the free market must be maintained overall. Seizing and puppeting the market directly goes against this as it turns the market from a consensus on the value of goods and services to a way for the government to exercise control in people’s personal business.