Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
Not exactly, but here are some rough statistics I once found, from rarest to most common. This was based on a sample of 1,000 people, so there's obviously some margin of error, but this should give you a general idea.

overall population distribution

16) ISTJ 12.5%
15) ISFJ 11.5%
14) ESFJ 11%
13) ESTJ 10%
12) ISFP 7.5%
11) ENFP 7%
10) ESFP 6.5%
9) - 5%
8) ESTP/ISTP 5%
7) INFP 4.5%
6) INTP 4%
5) - 3.5%
4) - 3.5%
3) ENTP/ENTJ/ENFJ 3.5%
2) INTJ 3%
1) INFJ 2%
i seriously doubt intps out number entps. my own statistics are
1intp:2entp (in reality 2 intps, 4 entps)
1intp:2entj (" ")
2intp:1intj

it thought there were more extraverts then introverts, too.
i dont trust statistics anymore because the next one i read will defy the last.

oh, and for enfjs:
6 females
3 males

i know one infj, likely 2.
1 female
1 male (?)