Well it seems the quiz was devised by a group of academicians. Here's what it said:
Academics or not, I still question how accurate 20 questions can get you, especially when some are wasted on questions like, what was it, if you think leftists are evil? Really?
And again, 2D graphs are too simplistic. For some reason a lot of people that believe X on abortion will think Y on completely random positions like climate change, taxes, etc, but there are some people that aren't in the mold and may be a, idk, person that is pro life, believes in climate change, is for higher taxes, against free trade, not for trans rights etc. That person would not fit well on a 2D graph, would just be mashed in the middle somewhere.
Furthermore, if someone was pro choice, doesn't believe in climate change, for lower taxes, against free trade, pro trans rights, they'd be in the middle close to the other guy despite disagreeing with 4/5 positions. That's because they have positions that cancel each other out. While a sad amount of Americans tie random issues together like taxes and abortion and blindly vote by party, it's not inconceivable to have a pro life high tax person.
But whatever, quick fun quizzes aren't meant to be taken too seriously. Their margin of error is just too much, even if you can retroactively make the candidates "fit"