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View Poll Results: Which Quadra are you

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  • Alpha

    25 27.47%
  • Beta

    18 19.78%
  • Gamma

    15 16.48%
  • Delta

    23 25.27%
  • Don't know

    10 10.99%
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  1. #131
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    It's interesting to see these all just about even.

    I relate to aspects of both delta and gamma quadras. I suspect I belong to the delta quadra, though.

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    I'm not too into Socionics.

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    I refuse to vote... the balance would be upset. D:
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    I don't fully understand the differences between the quadra. I can look up the descriptions but I don't grasp "how" those descriptions came to be.

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    Quickly, we need five people to vote for "don't know"!!

    Gammas (ENTj, ESFp, ISFj, INTp) are climbing/walking out of the abyss. If the Beta Se/Ni subtypes are all about the last few shovels/wildest disco/having sex with Satan, Gamma Se/Nis are the morning afters waking up and scrabbling at the walls up. In some ways, they're forever clawing the prison walls, a survivor of with the instinct of the dance fading away to be replaced with a determination of movement upwards. For these people the experiential quality has peaked and they possess the ability to survive admirably in the abyss. But their mindset is shifted upward and slightly away. For Gamma Fi/Te subtypes, the clarity of rock bottom has faded slightly. They're overcome with memories/instincts of it now and again but for a large part concentrate on the trek uphill.
    I like it. This is how I've felt about goodness even since I was a little kid, like I'm here to spend my life climbing toward it from below.
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    Supposedly it's Delta.

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    The 2 types I was stuck between before I finally found my fit were both alpha quadra, so I think it's safe to say alpha.

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    the results of this poll contradict MBTI's suggestion of the special rare types

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    Alpha, although sometimes I identify with Gamma descriptions. I least identify with Delta, and only slightly moreso with Beta.

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    Mmm, yes. Very Delta. Verily so.

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