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    Default What MBTI is your state?

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    Texas is ENFP?

    Only Austin has a Ne vibe in a way (simultaneously bohemian and tech/research oriented). Ann Richards (ESFP is my guess) gave the state an EFP flavor once, politically speaking.. but the general vibe is ESTJ.

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    Minnesota- not sure. Depends on the area I think. Minneapolis is pretty upbeat and Cosmopolitan. St. Paul, while urban, has a more small-town and down-home feel compared to Minneapolis. It's also got more of a traditional feel with the preservation of alot of older buildings. Both Minneapolis and St. Paul have alot of cultural diversity and entertainment options pertaining to the arts- museums, theatre, orchestras and the like. The surrounding suburbs are typical for what you'd describe suburbia as. The outlying rural areas are completely different yet. More quiet and low-key, more politically conservative. Hard to assign specific MBTI types to these regions. Minneapolis I see as being more ENxP. St. Paul as more ISxJ. The suburbs, I'd guess are ESxJ. The rural areas seem more ISTJ and ISTP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuchIrony View Post
    Minnesota- not sure. Depends on the area I think. Minneapolis is pretty upbeat and Cosmopolitan. St. Paul, while urban, has a more small-town and down-home feel compared to Minneapolis. It's also got more of a traditional feel with the preservation of alot of older buildings. Both Minneapolis and St. Paul have alot of cultural diversity and entertainment options pertaining to the arts- museums, theatre, orchestras and the like. The surrounding suburbs are typical for what you'd describe suburbia as. The outlying rural areas are completely different yet. More quiet and low-key, more politically conservative. Hard to assign specific MBTI types to these regions. Minneapolis I see as being more ENxP. St. Paul as more ISxJ. The suburbs, I'd guess are ESxJ. The rural areas seem more ISTJ and ISTP.
    i've only been to minneapolis a few times, but it seems pretty xSFJ to me. the whole concept of "minnesota nice" especially. the people there struck me as really friendly and polite, and my friend who went to school there complained about minnesota people being phony and passive-aggressive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    Texas is ENFP?

    Only Austin has a Ne vibe in a way (simultaneously bohemian and tech/research oriented). Ann Richards (ESFP is my guess) gave the state an EFP flavor once, politically speaking.. but the general vibe is ESTJ.
    I haven't lived in Texas for a while, but did grow up there.

    I think Texas seems conflicted about whether it is ESTJ or ESTP. Aspects of frontier independence and good ol' boy partying give some things an anti-instituational, "I'll do it my way, screw the rules" ESTP feel. However, fundamentalism, idealization of the past and reactionary politics give many Texas organizations an ESTJ feel.

    I could see the ESTJ aspect arguably being ESFJ, since the Southern standards of politeness and hospitality are fairly present in the culture (if not as present as they are in the Deep South), but those expectations fall more on women.

    Don't see Texas as a whole being very Ne at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    Texas is ENFP?

    Only Austin has a Ne vibe in a way (simultaneously bohemian and tech/research oriented). Ann Richards (ESFP is my guess) gave the state an EFP flavor once, politically speaking.. but the general vibe is ESTJ.
    I could see that (cowboy stereotype is definitely ESTJ 8w7). Texas sorta seems like an ESTJ with some extra Ne, Fi and Fe. Texas women are more XSFX
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    Alabama's easy. ESxJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    California: ESFP
    LOL, before I even looked at the thread I was like California is so esfp.

    I think overall Texas is more estj.

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    Hahaha, I WISH Missouri were even half INFP. Gah, I really hate this state.
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    Yeah...... And I don't think we're extraverted enough. I'd say ISxJ. The midwest is all about stability.

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