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    Default What type are Democrats?

    You can choose from SJ, NF, SP or NT

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    "We grow up thinking that beliefs are something to be proud of, but they're really nothing but opinions one refuses to reconsider. Beliefs are easy. The stronger your beliefs are, the less open you are to growth and wisdom, because "strength of belief" is only the intensity with which you resist questioning yourself. As soon as you are proud of a belief, as soon as you think it adds something to who you are, then you've made it a part of your ego."

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    Most likely NF
    Least likely SJ

    NTs are often liberatarian but I've known several to be democrats. I am an NT who classifies myself as a democrat.

    SPs seem less likely to be into politics so its harder to tell with them.
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    NFPs, NTPs - More likely Liberals/Radicals
    NTJs, SFPs, STPs, - More likely Moderates
    SFJs, STJs - More likely Conservative/Republican

    But it depends on where you grew up, how, introduced to what values ... ETC.

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    In Big Five terms, I believe conservatives have been found to be correlated with conscientiousness, while liberals are more often correlated with openness and agreeability. So, in MBTI-terms (well, in a correlational sense) that would be conservatives tend to be more J (and more S and T), and liberals tend to be more N and F (and more P). I tried looking for the original studies, but they seemed to be behind pay walls.

    And clearly there are liberals and conservatives of all types, correlation is not causation, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lily flower View Post
    You can choose from SJ, NF, SP or NT
    DUMB not an option?

    Statistically*, NFs and SFJs are most likely to be center-left, followed by NTs, SFPs, STPs and finally STJs.

    *Based on my own survey of a political forum
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    Well, it's pretty much an individual thing. Considering that most people in the world are SJs, it seems reasonable to believe that both of the major US political parties are made up largely of them. Especially considering the SJ love of structure and order, which is what politics is all about.
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    Hillary Clinton is an ISTJ. My grandfather's EStJ wife was a registered Democrat. My great-uncle and great-aunt were very active in the Dem party when they were alive - to the point of actually being a minor politician and knowing major politicians - and I'm not sure what they're types were, I could see my great-aunt being IxFP and great-uncle being ExTJ.

    I know a lot of NF and NT Democrats.

    I dunno that it has anything to do with type. My mom also votes Dem and is ESFP.

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    Oh, and I'm a moderate Democrat, like many Southerners. You have to take these things into account - where people are from, who their parents are....a lot of SJs with Dem parents/families will be Dems themselves.

    My ISTJ grandfather was a religious Republican, though, and so is my ISFJ uncle.

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    http://www.politicaltypes.com/content/view/24/56/

    I found this, the four least likely types listed (% wise) of *not being democrat would be INTP, INTJ, ENTP, ENTJ
    The four most likely types listed of *being a democrat are INFJ, ESFP, INFP, ENFJ

    This is without comparing them to each types republican or indie counter parts but most likely to idenfity as democrat, you should also note that no type is above 50% (INFJ get dam close though)

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