I hope you realise "right" and "left" mean whole different things in different countries. The biggest right wing party in The Netherland is considered left by American standards. Democrats (who are supposed to be the left party in the USA), are a right-winged party by our standards.
Anyhow, I most often vote for a left-winged party, but I call myself a social liberal. I am active for the Pirate Party in election time for their views on privacy and information sharing, but not between elections.
Ok. Conservative, but not in all aspects like healthcare or abortion. Those two fields are more complex to position myself in one or other side of the fence.
As somebody that has lived in two socialist countries that now are in deep shit, I can not support that ideology. No matter what others told me about the wonderful effects of socialism. In fact, I radicalize more if pressured and to piss off certain individuals
In Venezuela and Spain is a disaster (more disastrous in the former one), with the companies, (the ones that help to maintain a country with their taxes) leaving the ship. I do not say it is impossible to make it work, but the socialist system allows the lazy workers to get away with their laziness. Apparently Nordic countries have a more civilized population. I do not know why, but they seem to care about the country more (cleaner cities for example) and their public system work, but again, less people, less problems.
Not to mention that in my country an state worker can not get fired, not matter what he or she does, so the abuses are common