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    Talking ESTPs are actually rare?

    Upon a nightowl googling marathon (we all have them, don't judge), I found out that ESTPs make up only 4.3% of the whole population.

    And it turns out that the OMFGIMUNIQUE types (INFP and ENFP) are actually more common.

    ISTPs are pretty uncommon as well - only 5.3% or so.

    So, does this strike you as a surprise? Do you feel like xSTPs are uncommon. LIKE BEING SPECIAL*??



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    You sure you're not NFP?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vala Faye View Post
    You sure you're not NFP?
    Oh shit...an NFP's here!! I meant "no offense to any NFPs who see this".

    (I might be ENFP)
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    Mr. Cockburn,

    We are the rarest of the Sensors for sure.
    I know many ESFPs and ENTPs, but few ESTPs and ENTJs.
    It's a hard job, but somehow has to do it, right?



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    I think ISxPs are the rarest sensor type. When it comes to males there are quite a lot of ESTPs. ESTP>ISTP>ISFP. This is of course in the male population.

    ISTP men are scary
    ISTP women are hot
    ESTP women are also hot and fun
    ESTP men are witty and fun (but a bit too foul mouthed)
    ISFP men are unnoticeable
    ISFP women are also unnoticeable. (Unless of course they have big jugs.)

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    ^ Oooops I got it wrong. From what I have noticed in male population - ISTP>ESTP>ISFP, In female population - ESTP>ISFP>ISTP.

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    I have only met one other ESTP in my life, he was head of security at my old job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcockburn View Post
    Upon a nightowl googling marathon (we all have them, don't judge), I found out that ESTPs make up only 4.3% of the whole population.

    And it turns out that the OMFGIMUNIQUE types (INFP and ENFP) are actually more common.

    ISTPs are pretty uncommon as well - only 5.3% or so.

    So, does this strike you as a surprise? Do you feel like xSTPs are uncommon. LIKE BEING SPECIAL*??



    * = SPECIAL. Not "...."special"..."
    I thought you were an ENTP? Either way, I definitely buy this. I don't run into xstp's very often.
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    I'm pretty sure you must have met more. It's that we don't categorize people in to types as soon as we meet them or even though we've known them for long. We notice only the most noticeable/ obvious people we can type. And I'm sure I must have met a lot of INFXs in my life. It's that I've not noticed or not being abled to categorize them.

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