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  • Extroversion

    29 61.70%
  • Introversion

    16 34.04%
  • Intuition

    38 80.85%
  • Sensing

    8 17.02%
  • Thinking

    26 55.32%
  • Feeling

    19 40.43%
  • Judging

    28 59.57%
  • Perceiving

    15 31.91%
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    Thinking is the best because the only free man is one led solely by reason.

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    I voted for Extroversion, Sensing and Perceiving. Couldn't decide between Feeling and Thinking.

    The current results are not surprising, but still a little weird. Intuition is winning over Sensing brutally, and I really can't see why. I know the question is a little hard to answer, and not specific enough, but I answered this question thinking on which type have the easiest time living in this world, and likely have the best life. Being this way, I can't see why Intuition is doing better than Sensation.

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    It's impossible for me to select, in terms of 'best' since there's no objective measure. I can select my preferences and yet, this wouldn't be accurate since flipping between perspectives creates a different combination.

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    I, too, voted ENFJ. I think each of those individual traits combine to be the best and most useful. Maybe ENTJ. I don't necessarily believe that ENFJs are better than anyone else, but yeah.

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    Wow, no love for sensing.
    ( . )( . )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfie View Post
    Wow, no love for sensing.
    and Introversion. Wth? Isn't this majority an introverted forum? I chose INTP seeing as it is quite obvious.

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    Seeing as it is quite obvious!? Are you for real man!?

    You gots issues.
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
    -Jim Morrison

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfie View Post
    Wow, no love for sensing.
    Surprise, surprise.

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    "The best"? Oh well, gigantic fail for typology, I guess!
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    I DOORSLAMMING

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    That's not true I read several people who listed an s type. And most others just put their own.

    I think it would be different if they knew what they were picking the best for.
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
    -Jim Morrison

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