Ignore the circles for a second, is the list in any kind of order? Why is education near the bottom, but food is at the top? Why is clothing at the top, but courts are on the bottom?
If most of the these theories were competent, the list would be in an obvious order without looking at the circles and labels. They're not.
If each ideology captures a coherent theory of what government should do, then the ordering would make sense without the ideology attached to it.
Education is a split between modern conservatism and classical liberalism. What theory can we attach to conservatism and classical liberalism that explains that and all the other ordering?
If an alien landed on the planet and found out that almost all ideologies thought education should be provided by government, but not food or clothing, they would be scratching their heads. The alien would need to understand that these groups are tribes before they are philosophies of government