The ABC News have an interesting little quiz/survey running

The ABC News have an interesting little quiz/survey running

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-04-13/what-your-habits-reveal-about-your-social-class/9610658

It nailed most aspects of myself - although I would not call myself 'upper-class' by any stretch of the imagination!
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-04-13/what-your-habits-reveal-about-your-social-class/9610658

Comments

  1. I got upper class too. (aged 18-24). And maybe I should look into Australian literature. In fact I will :)

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  2. Jenn Camforth if you are into SF and/or murder mysteries, I can highly recommend Tansy Rayner Roberts as a great place to start!

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  3. Working class male 18-24 with vocational education. Whoops.

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  4. Your cultural tastes are most similar to an upper class man, aged 60+ with a vocational education. Hmmm, got my age and education right. Probably faulted me for not liking sport.

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  5. Stephen Gunnell they give a some excellent breakdowns at the end.

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  6. Rob Masters oh darn, didn’t see that on mobile. My ringer must have been seeing 3 rock concerts a year but no opera, ballet or musicals. And I read Jane Austen but disliked it.

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  7. post grad female with cultural sensibilities, yeah it's about right ;)

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  8. Interesting test and data, though my results were wholly inaccurate.

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  9. Your cultural tastes are most similar to a middle class woman, aged 40-59 with a postgraduate education. Hmmm, nailed it.

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  10. Garry Winterton Spot on, right? :)

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  11. You betcha, gmt me edumikation levels down the tea.

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  12. Garry Winterton, You'll have to stop getting your secretary to fill out the forms for you.

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  13. I'm a lower-middle class 18-24yo man with a high school education :D

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  14. I didn't altogether agree with their test; the writers they mention are too few and limited and they thought liking Stephen King was a working class thing. And with the music there was no entry for folk music and definitely not for filk! I got middle class btw and they nailed my age at least, though they thought liking Midsummer Murders was a thing for over 60s!

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  15. I'm more working class for "not having read any books by Australian authors".
    I've read lots of books by Australian authors, you just didn't list any of the ones I've read.

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