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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    Well it could suggest that the environment has a greater degree of control over the outcome of one's personality than biology.

    Edit: Or at least its (the person's personality) manifestations.
    I dunno. I remember reading, according to the "average" that the United States had an unusually high proportion of Ts to Fs -- instead of a "normal" proportion of 60%F to 40%T, it was closer to 50-50 (though there were still more female Fs than Ts, there were more Ts than "average"). However, because I have no idea how these statistics were calculated and who were in the sample, this is probably meaningless.
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    I read somewhere about race vs. different MBTI types. I'll check later to see if I can get the link.

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    just watched a video about enneagram where woman said usa is mixture of enneagram 3 and 1, and UK is 1 and 4.

    i dunno, it sounds interesting at least to hear it....

    and it's pretty obvious that usa is 3 haha

    anyway, i know this is mbti thread

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    Here are the results from the aforementioned Iowa study on type and race:




    -and US vs. UK:

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    It sounds okay, but 9% ENFPs? oh... No way!

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    ^Yea, I'm skeptical. ENFPs are the only intuitors represented so highly in that sample.
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    i guess ESFPs test often as ENFPs.

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    Aren't ESFPs and ENFPs look-a-likes?
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    well, yeah, that's why they often test the same?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chloee View Post
    well, yeah, that's why they often test the same?
    Hmmm...but the same doesn't seem to happen with say, ISFJs and INFJs.
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