America is definitely a nation made for and by ESTJs, at least in the corporate world. For women, however, I'd say ESFJ is the more accepted type. ESTJ women scare some people, because they're not used to coming up against a wall. I like them though. Burst those stereotypes girl
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But I think that Germany isn't exactly an INTJ country. Besides, I am Italian and Swiss. Italy is waaay too extroverted, warm and selfless to be INTJ-land; but Switzerland could work. Lived there for 17 years, so go and figure
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I'm MBTI ESTP, Enneagram Ring 7, and a citizen of the USA.
I would have to agree that the U.S.A. is probably a ESxx type nation as well, if that makes any sense.
I'd figure the US to be an ESxJ type. Probably ESTJ. Regardless of our nation being a 'melting pot' we are still closed-minded and desensitized to too much and that doesn't strike me as being very 'F' like. Or 'P' like, either. America- the country with plans up the yin yang [but do any of them actually work as well as they are supposed to..? Hm.] E because we're expected to be outgoing and we can't keep our nose in our own damn business and Introverts are very much looked down upon by the general public. S- well heavens forbid if we aren't sensors, N's are just too weird...