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    Default Which type is the most passive-aggressive?

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    IxFx, maybe?

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    Behind the scenes temperament (INFP, INTP, ISFP, ISFJ), and enneagram 9's.
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    I would say P types, coupled with Fi. This is because of the inherent tension present in P when you wait until the last minute to decide as you gather all available evidence. I think that in a world free from things like deadlines and office politics, INFPs would not be passive-aggressive at all. In the wrong environment, I think they are among the most passive-agressive, along with other P/Fi types.
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    ISFJ - because they are so focused on being helpful, nice, cooperative, good, whatever that the only way they sometimes express their anger is through being passive-aggressive, maybe only for fear that it would "look bad" if they expressed their true feelings

    INFJ - not as much as ISFJ, but they are still introverts with secondary Fe, and I think that would play a huge role in being passive-aggressive since Fe is so concerned with what is "socially acceptable" and introverts are less likely to assert themselves

    INFPs and ISFPs might actually be more likely to go off on someone, due to Fi. But I can see where someone might say INFP since stereotypically INFP is so quiet.

    I know INTPs can be passive aggressive too. They can hide their anger behind a pretense of "calm" intellectualizing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    IxFJ ... they are still introverts with secondary Fe, and I think that would play a huge role in being passive-aggressive since Fe is so concerned with what is "socially acceptable" and introverts are less likely to assert themselves
    Yes, that's a pretty big factor in it. Fe extroverts are more liable to handle things face to face and not pussyfoot around, even if they try to handle it in a socially appropriate way.

    INFPs and ISFPs might actually be more likely to go off on someone, due to Fi. But I can see where someone might say INFP since stereotypically INFP is so quiet.
    Enneagram Nine INFPs especially, feeling like they need to be "at rest" or the diplomat really sometimes leaves a lot of bottled-up emotion.

    I know INTPs can be passive aggressive too. They can hide their anger behind a pretense of "calm" intellectualizing.
    Generally if you call them on it, they'll either be so anti-emotive they'll deny it and cut you down, or they'll be aware of it and laugh and acknowledge it.

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    I would say Canadians but they're not really aggressive at all... except in hockey.
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