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  • INTP

    6 6.74%
  • ENTP

    3 3.37%
  • INTJ

    20 22.47%
  • ENTJ

    6 6.74%
  • INFP

    6 6.74%
  • ENFP

    1 1.12%
  • INFJ

    2 2.25%
  • ENFJ

    0 0%
  • ISTP

    6 6.74%
  • ESTP

    0 0%
  • ISTJ

    16 17.98%
  • ESTJ

    14 15.73%
  • ISFP

    1 1.12%
  • ESFP

    0 0%
  • ISFJ

    1 1.12%
  • ESFJ

    7 7.87%
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  1. #61
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    Quote Originally Posted by polikujm View Post
    Well now were just arguing two ways here! All I'm saying is that I can see how it would be more of a secondary function thing, because a P might have more problems with J things, and visa versa.
    Ok, thanks for the explanation.

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    Stubborn folks are the ones who are tenacious enough to transform the architecture of society, and without change, there is no progress, and of course, the only types that can fit so well within that category are the NTs, the ones who challenge and ultimately change our levels of perception and knowledge. I would also however put ISTPs in this category too, them being more like the rationalists than any other non-rationalist type.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    I'm totally agree with you. Although, I'm clearly a very stubborn person who only values his personal approach. I'don't know if we are THE most stubborn type, but we are probaby one of the most stubborn. I would say that INTJ and ISTP are the most stubborns types. By the way, I'm suprised that so few people have voted ISTP.
    I agree with the bolded. Why? Because we are radical rebels, the destroyers of all incompetence, and the architects of new and previously undreampt of designs, no matter what monumental risks we must surpass for their accomplishment, and most importantly of all, we never back down from a fight, and are the ultimate combination of solitary and insane!

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    It's either INTJ or ISTJ. Based on my experience, it's close but I think the ISTJs have us beat because the INTJs seem to be more open to new information.

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