The below criteria is not the end all be all criteria, it is just to point you in a direction to give you a better sense of how you may vote. You don't necessarily need to meet all the criteria in any one of the below to give yourself that grade. A: I go out of my way to be a good person. Being someone that benefits the world is one of my core values and influences nearly every behavior I do on a daily basis. I will do things to benefit the world even when those things are at my own expense sometimes. I care about humanity and want good for people, even people I don’t know. When I meet someone I don’t like, I’ll often try to understand things from their perspective to increase my ability to empathize with them. I want justice to be fairly served. In other words, I don’t want someone to experience justice for something they didn't do just because I don’t like them (for example, I wouldn't want someone who is a scumbag racist loser to go to prison for murder if he didn't actually commit the murder). (Examples that would get an A: MLK Jr., Ghandi, GSP). B: More often then not I’m generally a good person. I think most people that would describe me would say I’m a good person, even if I was not there when they were describing me. While it may or may not be something I do regularly, I have given to charity before and I have volunteered in some way to provide for the less fortunate. If I were to vote on a public policy, I consider more than just how that policy influences me, I also consider how it will impact others. Although I don’t spend every moment considering how I’m influencing the world, if I were to recognize that I were influencing the world in a bad way, I would usually modify my behavior (for example, if I were buying a shirt and someone informed me the shirt was made by forced child labor, I wouldn't buy the shirt even if it was really cheap and cool). I try to be helpful to people. If someone stopped me on the street and was literally in need of some sort of support, I would try to help at least in some way. (Eg. that person you know who if you or anyone else was in a bind, could be called and they would almost always make some effort to help out). C: I’m not really particularly good or bad. I don’t go out my way to help others almost ever, but I also do – no - harm. I rarely think about how I impact others and when I find out my actions are hurting others, I’m kind of indifferent, but I don’t intentionally try to hurt others. I have never volunteered to help in any civil way other than through some sort of obligation. (Eg. The character George Castanza in the series Seinfeld). D: People that know me would probably say I’m a jerk more often than not. I don’t care how I effect other’s or the world, in fact, I kind of like making others suffer in mild ways (eg. feel bad about themselves, get angry, have their feelings hurt). I pretty much just look out for myself. I almost never experience empathy other than maybe for the people who are closest to me (family, girlfriend/boyfriend). (eg. Bad guys in 80’s movies whose only real criteria for being bad is that they don’t want people to dance). F: I’m a bad person. I actually go out of my way to be harmful to others. I like to cause suffering, even extreme suffering. I enjoy watching others suffer and have and do actively seek it out on the internet in the form of gory videos for the sake of pleasure and entertainment. I never experience empathy, although I may fake like I do from time to time, but that is only to manipulate a situation. When someone dies, I don't feel grief, even when it is someone that others may have thought was very close to me. I have killed someone or if I haven’t killed someone, the only thing really stopping me is the law. If it weren't for the law, I would have no trouble killing people and would feel no remorse and not just people that others consider bad, I could pretty much kill anyone and it wouldn't bother me. (eg of bad people: Hitler, Serial killers).