Back in April of this year, I took this quiz titled What kind of Anarchist are you?, and then posted about the results here. I just took the "quiz" again, with the following result:
You Scored as Anarcho-Capitalist
Anarcho-capitalism is perhaps more closely linked with the libertarian tradition than anarchism as it favours a free market and a stateless society. Private businesses would replace the functions of the state. This form of anarchism is largely an American phenomenon and first emerged in the 1950s (although it arguably has its roots in 19th century individualist anarchism and classical liberalism). Key thinkers include Murray Rothbard.
Now, as you'll see by comparing April's result, I've apparently evolved somewhat. Here, again, is the first "score" from my previous answers:
Though it appears I'm still mostly "Anarcho-Capitalist", my percentage in that category has declined, from 100% to 65%.
A similar quiz, that I also just took, titled What Kind of Libertarian Are You? gave me the following answer:
You Scored as Left-libertarian
Left-libertarians are libertarians that are more associated with the anti-authoritarian left than other libertarians. Left-libertarians can be minarchists, but many are anarchists who are in alliance with the anarchist left. Left-libertarians are more critical of conservatism and corporatism than most libertarians. They view libertarians in a historical context that is interconnected with the history of the left.
"Small L" libertarian
So, by this measure, I'm still almost 100% (92%) Anarcho-capitalist, but also 100% Left-libertarian (not to mention 50% "Libertarian socialist").
Of course, the questions themselves, in both quizzes, and the available choices provided in answering them, predetermine much of the result. Still, I find it interesting.
I found the second quiz here: Retake: What kind of libertarian are you?