No, I'm saying if that's how the results came out, it seems like it was designed / weighted towards a Democrat slant, especially if Hillary came out near Bernie. (for example, if regulating Wall Street, abortion, and fighting ISIS are equally rated, how does Hillary even rank? Hillary should only rank if you're looking for a pro-establishment leftist.)
But, also thise 'rate the issue' things don't really work because all the issues aren't equal. For example, while I'm not necessarily for building a wall between the US and Mexico, it's *WAY* more important to me that the candidate is pro-life... and not just playing that card because they've signed onto the Republican ticket, but really believes that and can articulate why. If they can't, they just don't belong in a leadership capacity.
Or, I think going after ISIS (the real ISIS, not the fake one created by the State Department) is probably a good thing, but not the way it's being done. So, how would I even answer such a simple question? How would I weight that?
Here's the thing, often these single issues are actually pretty critical things the people feel strongly about. My problem is that neither party really even comes close to matching my positions.
I think we're going to have to, somewhat, put the red/blue thing out of our minds a bit (though not give up on our ideals) and get the corrupt people out, starting with Congress, no matter what party they are. They might take some voting across lines, encouraging good people to run, or even running ourselves if we're up to it. A good, semi-competent person with some integrity can't do worse!