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    Quote Originally Posted by highlander29 View Post
    Just an idea/theory, but in 3 years time will there be more INFPs here? Are there a lot of INTPs that came from INTPC?
    Keep in mind that the most active INFP-specific forum went offline, so there has been an influx of INFP refugees here over the past few months. That doesn't mean much about the long term trends, but I think you can't judge future trends based on the last few months alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seymour View Post
    Keep in mind that the most active INFP-specific forum went offline, so there has been an influx of INFP refugees here over the past few months. That doesn't mean much about the long term trends, but I think you can't judge future trends based on the last few months alone.
    "INFP refugees" sounds so funny to me for some reason....

    That's an interesting point. Also, there are clearly many members who joined then quit; my survey is somewhat flawed.
    Living is never a waste of time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caligula View Post
    I decided to do a survey of Typology Central, based on how many member joined under each type. (Not including those who didn't put in an MBTI type.)

    INFP: 796 - 17.7%
    INTP: 909 - 20.2%
    INFJ: 640 - 14.2%
    INTJ: 596 - 13.3%
    ENFP: 461 - 10.2%
    ENTP: 328 - 7.3%
    ENFJ: 118 - 2.6%
    ENTJ: 126 - 2.8%
    ISFP: 96 - 2.1%
    ISTP: 128 - 2.8%
    ISFJ: 76 - 1.7%
    ISTJ: 114 - 2.5%
    ESFP: 31 - 0.7%
    ESTP: 33 - 0.7%
    ESFJ: 20 - 0.4%
    ESTJ: 31 - 0.7%

    Total: 4503 members who entered their MBTI type

    Therefor: The most common type on this forum is INTP, followed closely by INFP. The least common type is ESFJ, followed closely by ESFP, ESTP, and ESTJ. (I'm guessing they're too busy living their lives and socializing in person to be here, )
    Actually, there seems to be an overall trend of more I's on this forum than E's, more N's than S's, F and T is almost equal, and very slightly more P's than J's.

    This seems like such an NT thing for me to do... sometimes I wonder...

    What do you guys think?
    I think that I couldn't help but to put them in order for you. Here you go...

    INTP: 909 - 20.2%
    INFP: 796 - 17.7%
    INFJ: 640 - 14.2%
    INTJ: 596 - 13.3%
    ENFP: 461 - 10.2%
    ENTP: 328 - 7.3%
    ENTJ: 126 - 2.8%
    ISTP: 128 - 2.8%
    ENFJ: 118 - 2.6%
    ISTJ: 114 - 2.5%
    ISFP: 96 - 2.1%
    ISFJ: 76 - 1.7%
    ESFP: 31 - 0.7%
    ESTP: 33 - 0.7%
    ESTJ: 31 - 0.7%
    ESFJ: 20 - 0.4%


    Total: 4503 members

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragingkatsuki View Post
    INXX
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    I like how their are no exceptions. It's in perfect order.

    EDIT: Oh, ISTPs ruined it. "...whatever"
    ISTPs break every rule! That's why I love them. They keep me on my toes!

    I'm actually surprised I'm on here so much. Part of it is because I'm coming out of a major depression and reassessing my life. Once I have minions to rule over again, I will probably disappear for a while!

    Naw, I actually am surrounded by ES and it's nice to hear deeper opinions once in a while. : )

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    It is interesting to me that the prevelance on the forum is nearly opposite to the distrubution of these types in the general pouplation.What could one infer from this, if anything.

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