These days, it seems like everything can be made into a game or a quiz. And聽you know what? It鈥檚聽pretty聽great. Quizzes are fun, and if you find the right ones, they can be illuminating.

With that said, we found 10 of the best tests around the Internet for figuring out which presidential candidate is up your alley. Some of them get into the nitty-gritty of policies like immigration and health care, while others are more focused on personality traits and values. So whether you鈥檙e a true-blue political nerd or a first-time voter, there鈥檚 something here for you!


1. BuzzFeed Community:聽This is a great entry point for anyone who鈥檚 not super into policy or political minutiae. Don鈥檛 let the first question scare you! After asking about your thoughts on the constitution and the founding fathers, this quiz moves on to more general questions about your interests and personality, and comes up with the candidate who best represents you. (Photo via聽William Thomas Cain/Getty)

Hillary Clinton

2.聽Check a running tally as you go through the quiz, so you can track which candidate agrees with you on each question you answer. If there鈥檚 a specific issue or two that you鈥檇 like to focus on, this is a GOOD聽test to take. (Photo via Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images)

Hillary Clinton Campaigns In Western Iowa

3. USA Today:聽Set your priorities before answering any questions on this page, which聽also takes into account factors like age and geographical region聽鈥 things聽most other tests聽ignore. If you have strong feelings about where in the country the next president hails from (and really, why wouldn鈥檛 you), this is definitely the test for you. (Photo via Eric Strayer/Stringer)

Donald Trump

4. Select Smart:聽Go to this page for聽not only a quiz that鈥檒l help you pick the right presidential candidate for your priorities, but also one that determines which political party your values align with. How? It鈥檒l ask you questions about how highly you value things like compassion and respecting authority. Pretty illuminating stuff! (Photo via Drew Hallowell/Getty Images)


5. President Personality Quiz: This app,聽available for iPhones, is another good option for anyone who wants to know which candidate they might want to pick, but who doesn鈥檛 have a lot of strong聽political views. As the name implies, it鈥檚 more about your personality.


6.聽Smarter Vote: Android users can download this app聽to figure out their best option this year. It asks questions related to 20 current issues, and gives you the candidate whose views most closely mirror yours.


7.聽PolitiTrends:聽Sometimes you don鈥檛 want to figure out which candidate is best for you, but rather, which candidate has the best chance of winning. For wonky ladies who love reading graphs and parsing analytics, this iPhone app is the way to go. Watch who鈥檚 moving up in support and who鈥檚 staying stagnant, and plan your vote accordingly.

WARREN, MI - MARCH 05: Democratic presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders (D-VT) speaks to guests during a rally at Macomb Community College on March 5, 2016 in Warren, Michigan. Voters in Michigan will go to the polls on March 8 to vote in their state's primary. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

8. On The Issues:聽This site has tests for the current presidential candidates, as well as for Senate and congressional races, mayors and more. It鈥檚 basically a one-stop shop for figuring out who to vote for! And if you really get in the spirit of doing political quizzes, you can find out which Supreme Court justice you most agree with, what political philosophy best suits you and more. Spend an afternoon on this site, and walk away prepared to talk the political pants off anyone you know. (Photo via Scott Olson/Getty Images)

U.S. Citizens Head To The Polls To Vote In Presidential Election

9.聽Twin Cities Pioneer Press: This St. Paul聽paper聽has a reasonably thorough quiz that asks you to rate your response to 30 questions on a scale of 鈥渟trongly agree鈥 to 鈥渟trongly disagree.鈥 At the end, you also rate how likely you think you are to vote for each candidate (including some who have dropped out), and how capable you think each candidate would be at leading the country. You can even highlight specific issues to show which candidate you鈥檙e most aligned with on things like the environment and 鈥渕oral issues.鈥 (Photo via Whitney Curtis/Getty Images)

Marco Rubio

10.聽This is probably the most thorough option available for figuring out who you should vote for. The questions cover an exhaustive range of issues, you have the option to go beyond the standard yes/no answers聽and you can rank how important a given issue is to you. If you want to dig deep into the issues at hand, this is perfect! Plus, it has an optional explainer for each question. Be prepared to invest at least a good 20 minutes in this test, so it鈥檚 not for everyone. On the other hand, it鈥檚 really interesting and super educational. (Photo via Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

Which quiz do you like the best? Did you get a surprising but helpful result from any of them? Let us know on Twitter by mentioning @BritandCo!