I got exactly the same scores for “middle class” and “alternative.” But I’ve never bought a lottery ticket, and doubt I ever will. I still consider them “a tax on people who aren’t good at math” as someone else quipped.
Alternative: You’re partially respected for being an individual in a conformist world yet others take you as a radical. You have no place in society because you choose not to belong there—you’re the luckiest of them all, even if your parents are completely ashamed of you. Just don’t take drugs ok?
Middle Class: You’re content in your position and would prefer a house or a family than a seven-figure paycheque. But you have your moments of weakness when you buy a lottery ticket in the hope of knowing how the rich and famous live.