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    That actually does not surprise me since ESPs are the ultimate realists. As usual we tend to give weight to what is nothing but sterotypes of descriptions.

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    I think ESFPs are naturally nonpolitical, but will take on the politics of the people around them when asked to choose sides. I think that could be the case here.

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    I'm not sure it's so much about being a realist, and going against the grain doesn't really make sense, either, unless they're willing to offer up their real beliefs in order to make the people around them uncomfortable. MY hypotheses:
    - they wanted to screw up the test results so many voted the opposite of what they actually believe
    - they really don't care about politics at all
    - they like elephants better than donkeys
    - they have weighed the evidence in a very personal way, by observing the people closest to them, and have determined that the republican party can best serve their purposes.

    *cough*

    - easily brainwashed?

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    here's a chart of types and their political affiliations

    politicaltypes.com - Psychological Type and U. S. Political Party Affiliation

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    too few ESFP samples to make a conclusion. But from my experience... on average.. ESFP's are anything but conservatives.. i would be surprised to find most ESFP concerned with politics.
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    ESFPs? Conservative? That's not what I would have thought at all. My first thought would be that ESFPs are more inclined towards theater and the performing arts, which are dominated by those with a liberal mindset, so... 2+2. And that Politicaltypes site said that more ESFPs are Democrats.

    The one ESFP I know - who's probably a bizarre case, admittedly - is practically a communist. She is obsessed with all things Russian. She owns a copy of Mao's Little Red Book - in CHINESE. So naturally I would not associate conservatism with them But my experience with them is VERY limited.
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    The personalitypage statistics may not have been accurate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Galusha View Post
    I'm not sure it's so much about being a realist, and going against the grain doesn't really make sense, either, unless they're willing to offer up their real beliefs in order to make the people around them uncomfortable. MY hypotheses:
    - they wanted to screw up the test results so many voted the opposite of what they actually believe
    - they really don't care about politics at all
    - they like elephants better than donkeys
    - they have weighed the evidence in a very personal way, by observing the people closest to them, and have determined that the republican party can best serve their purposes.

    *cough*

    - easily brainwashed?
    hahhaha totally correct.
    - From your fun-loving ESFP.
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    Okay, everyone, become republican!

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    yyyyeahhhhhno. no thanks.
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