How simple/complex, on average, is the reasoning by which you form your political stances/opinions? Can most things for you boil down to some simple idea? Do you try to spend a lot of effort on nuanced ideas, or case-by-case specifics?
I'm not 100% sure whether these next two examples are even answers to the question above, but I just typed them out, and I think they're still worth discussing:
Are you more likely to immediately start thinking about what power structure(s) are at play in a given scenario, how they reinforce themselves, and how to dismantle them? Or are you more likely to start thinking about what harm is being caused (by those structures), and how to help the people being harmed? (or something other than those entirely?) Is the former at risk of turning into a case of 'too much ideology, not enough praxis'? Is the latter just treating symptoms, and not the root cause?