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People with SA have similarities to autism for the purposes of those questions. In addition, it's impossible to be unbiased when you rate yourself in that way. The scores of the people taking this test on this site are going to be skewed in ways not actually related to autism. Did you notice that some people seemed pleased with a higher score, and others disappointed with a low score?Haven't you seen the autism test? If someone has a high score there, I don't think it's a coincidence. And I didn't say I think many people have AS just only because I would like to be so or something subjective like that, but only because I am convinced it is a fact. I didn't say it with the intention to offend anyone either, for god sake. I just say it because I think it's true, it it isn't then isn't. It's just my opinion. If you don't believe it, noone can force you to do so. And of course I don't have any 100 % proof, I just judge from the evidence from the site. If I look on the score of the test, people usually got it according how I would expect it. There are some by whom the high score doesn't surprise me and some with low score whose results don't suprise me either.
These things are called confounding factors in statistics and science. They affect the outcome of tests to give false positives. They are a big part of why diagnostic internet self-testing cannot and should not be relied upon for anything serious.