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    Default your guesses at the most common types for ESTJs, ENTJs and ISFPs?

    the clue is in the title.

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    ...What's the question? You mean like enneatypes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Merced View Post
    ...What's the question? You mean like enneatypes?
    yes.

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    Most common for ESTJ: 1, 3, and 8.
    ”We know a little about a lot of things; just enough to make us dangerous.”

    ESTJ - LSE - ESTj (mbti/socionics)
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    ENTJ: 8, 1, 3
    ESTJ: 8, 1, 3, sometimes 6
    ISFP: 6, 2, sometimes 4 or 7

    This is what I have generally seen.

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    ENTJ: 3, 8, 6
    ESTJ: 1, 3, 6
    ISFP: 4, 6, 9

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    Quote Originally Posted by biohazard View Post
    ENTJ: 8, 1, 3
    ESTJ: 8, 1, 3, sometimes 6
    ISFP: 6, 2, sometimes 4 or 7

    This is what I have generally seen.
    Fi dominant types are very rarely 2s, that's more of an Fe thing. Most 2s are either ESFJs or ENFJs. Introverts are also very rarely 7s, that's mostly an EP thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fay View Post
    Fi dominant types are very rarely 2s, that's more of an Fe thing. Most 2s are either ESFJs or ENFJs. Introverts are also very rarely 7s, that's mostly an EP thing.
    I've known ENFPs and ISFPs who are 2s. I've known some ISFPs who are 7s. Any type can be any enneagram. They have no causation.
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    The OP asked for the most common type not a bunch of common types...

    ENTJ - 3w4

    ESTJ - 3w4

    ISFP - 4w3
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    If it's a single Enneatype per MBTI type then here are my guesses.

    ESTJ: 8w7
    ENTJ: 3w4
    ISFP: 9w1
    INTP
    ILI or IEI
    5w4 - 9w1 - 4w5 sp/sx
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