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    Here are a couple more. Sample sizes are very small.



    Last edited by highlander; 04-06-2014 at 06:06 PM.

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    A couple more



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    Quote Originally Posted by Oakysage View Post
    I've always thought the percentage of 3s would be far greater within the population. Quite surprising they appear the lowest.
    no, they just post the most because they're 3s :P

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    also, wouldn't it be funny if all the "everyone in the new generation has ADD" people were just noticing all the 7s and not knowing what to think of it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by acronach View Post
    no, they just post the most because they're 3s :P
    I was referring to the population. Not the forums.

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    And by observation, threes do not post the most within the forums.

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    I made some adjustments to the chart in the OP, improving the way I was pulling the numbers to make them more accurate. It's consistent with they way I've been pulling all those detailed charts for each MBTI type. There were some slight changes in the overall results.

    - The difference between 2s in the overall population and those in the forum is even more dramatic - there are 5x the number of 2s in the overall population as compared to the forum
    - Now, there are slightly more 7s and 9s than 6s
    - Number of 6s on the forum has almost doubled - growing from from 6% 10%
    - The number of 1s and 8s on the forum are far less than those in the overall population at large; we are as much underrepresented with these two types as we are for the 9s.

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    As everyone knows by now, I think a lot of people are 6s who are mistyping as someone else. I am pretty sure that not all the 4s and 5s on this forum are 4s and 5s (not saying they are all 6s!).

    6 received extremely negative "publicity" here at least, for quite some time. Lots of comments like "all 6s are terrified and haunted", and "you can't be an INFJ if you are a 6." There are "fashions" on this forum like there are anywhere. It was very unfashionable for some time to be typed as a 6. People seem to be moving on from that but I think 6s are still under-represented, especially as they're apparently the most common type in the world.
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    On the contrary. It seems like the forum is as 6-obsessed now as it used to be INFJ-obsessed...
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    Quote Originally Posted by AphroditeGoneAwry View Post
    On the contrary. It seems like the forum is as 6-obsessed now as it used to be INFJ-obsessed...
    That certainly was not the case before, and you've definitely been here long enough to remember all the anti-6.
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