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    Personally, I don't think America has a real culture. It's just an incoherent mixture of several cultures held together with a little bit of European Enlightenment-style structure and a few Protestant values thrown in. If you look in the right place, you'll find something similar to yourself.

    The reason they think it's shallow, is because they're looking for ingrained patterns that are consistent which people in America haven't developed yet. We change so rapidly that we can't help but be shallow.

    As for other countries...

    Great Britain: ISTJ
    Japan: IxFJ
    China: INTJ (it wants to take over the world!)
    Germany: ISTP

    And I can't think of any others right off the bat...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    China: INTJ (it wants to take over the world!)
    For a long time they thought they WERE the world, and later just the center of it.

    Old ideas die hard...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlahBlahNounBlah View Post
    Is there a country where ENTPs are disproportionately numerous?
    France is a country where xNTP are not rare, maybe 10 or 12 % of the population have that type. French xNTP males are disproportionately numerous.

    My guess is:

    USA: xSTJ (male) xSFJ (female) Afro-Americans: ISTJ
    Mexico: xSTP (male) and xSFP(females)
    Brasil: ESFP
    Spain: ISFP
    France: ENFP (or another FP type) Brittany: TP Paris: NP Mediterranean France: EnFx
    Italia: ESTP (male) ESFP (female)
    Germany: ESTJ
    UK: ISTJ
    Japan: ISTJ

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    Almost everyone in Russia is an INFJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triglav View Post
    Almost everyone in Russia is an INFJ
    those pesky Russian vampires

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    Japan: IxFJ
    i think i agree with this. The whole country and their culture appeals to me alot for some reason (i want to study japanese language and culture actually)

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    Quote Originally Posted by YourLocalJesus View Post
    China: ISTJ/ENTJ mixed stereotype
    I agree with this. My best friend is Chinese (and was raised there until second grade) and he tested as an ENTJ.

    I was wondering what people thought Iran would type as?
    and Colombia?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Triglav View Post
    Almost everyone in Russia is an INFJ
    No no no russian women are all ISFJ and russian men are all INTJ !!

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    USA: ESFJ
    Great Britain: INTJ
    Ireland: ESTP
    Scotland: ISFP
    Norway: ISFJ
    Russia: ESTJ
    China: ENTJ
    Japan: ISTJ
    Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mippus View Post
    The quintessential ISFP nation must be Belgium
    I'm from Belgium! I thought ESFP

    Perceiving - sure. Just look at the "ad hoc" solutions for almost everything.
    Sensing - they are bad at long-term thinking. Put Brussels in the freeze and let the next government worry about it. "I don't answer hypothetical questions and I'll only solve problems when they present themselves" - Jean-Luc Dehaene.
    Feeling - not so sure about that one. I can see an ESTP "arrangeur" for Belgium too.
    Extraverted - though Belgium is almost not understandable for non-Belgians (and even for Belgians), I just thought about the little Belgians letting themselves heard in international politics... Not too sure about that one, either.

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