There is not one person I know (outside the internet) who dislikes me. I think the chameleon in me does a rather good job of masking those traits which people might find agitating. Although I am definitely inclined to point out the logical and general inconsistencies, I am very purpose driven and understand that such actions would result in no personal benefit, save for immediate gratification. I do let loose here, however.
I know this was for NFs, but since other NTs have been answering I think I'll just go ahead. Do people like me? Not generally. I even had one friend recently tell me that she didn't like me (not just indifferent, but actively disliked me) when we first met. Something about my directness and lack of tact combined with distance/aloofness. If you're going to be a quiet person, you'd better be a super sweet one. Otherwise the quietness is not acceptable.
I have an INFP friend who is slightly better received than I am, but only because she is more self-effacing. I find that with her, people tend to dislike her over time, even if they liked her during introductions. It probably has to do with being let down by initial appearances. She comes off as nice and friendly and outgoing at first (she's a better performer than I am), and then you notice that she has periods of moodiness or aloofness. And she's neurotic, which comes through without her having to say a word.