Which MBTI type is most simple living??

Which MBTI type is most simple living??

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  • ENTJ

    2 1.22%
  • ENTP

    3 1.83%
  • ENFJ

    2 1.22%
  • ENFP

    8 4.88%
  • ESTJ

    3 1.83%
  • ESTP

    2 1.22%
  • ESFJ

    4 2.44%
  • ESFP

    3 1.83%
  • INTJ

    24 14.63%
  • INTP

    49 29.88%
  • INFJ

    23 14.02%
  • INFP

    32 19.51%
  • ISTJ

    28 17.07%
  • ISTP

    20 12.20%
  • ISFJ

    14 8.54%
  • ISFP

    20 12.20%
  • There's absolutely no correlation between MBTI Type and Simple Lifestyle!

    20 12.20%
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    Which MBTI type is most simple living??

    Hi All,

    Simple Living =
    • Not materialistic
    • Living on basic necessities as much as possible (and not due to religious obligations)
    • Does not care about having a big house or big car even though he/she has the money to buy it
    • Does not care what others think about their simple lifestyle
    • Cheapskate (Not in a negative way though...)
    • Living in his/her own world
    • Is not inclined to wear the latest fashion clothing or even dress-up nicely


    I have a feeling that there maybe an MBTI correlation to it. Maybe not too strong but I'm sure you've observed one of your friends who behaves so.

    Cast your votes!!
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  2. #2

    That's my ISTJ dad, pretty much hehe. Just based on that, I picked ISTJ...

  3. #3

    Quote Originally Posted by Lara Croft View Post
    That's my ISTJ dad, pretty much hehe. Just based on that, I picked ISTJ...
    Yeah, I had an ISTJ friend as well. He was kinda living in his own world. Most of his money went to savings and investment
    But after a few years, he succumbed to the materialistic demands of society and bought a 5 series beamer

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  5. #4

    I chose:

    INTP
    INFJ
    INFP
    ISTP
    ISFP
    There's absolutely no correlation between MBTI Type and Simple Lifestyle!




  6. #5

    I chose:
    There's absolutely no correlation between MBTI Type and Simple Lifestyle...

  7. #6

    Quote Originally Posted by Elessar View Post
    I chose:
    There's absolutely no correlation between MBTI Type and Simple Lifestyle...
    Wouldn't Dominant Ni or Si, live in their own world? Their own internal world....

    They have their own view on things and wouldn't easily succumb to the materialistic trends of society

  8. #7

    INTP for sure...
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  9. #8

    INFJ for sure. They literally do not need things with Se being their last function and not having a near extroverted perceiving function.

    Not sure bout intp's. Most of the women seem to care about their looks and what they dress much more than the INFJs i know.

  10. #9

    As a teenager and in my twenties I wanted to get rich but it was never for materialistic reasons but to obtain complete independence and choose what projects to work with - so I voted INTJ.

  11. #10

    Pfft, INTPs are not the most simple living. They would like to think so. :P
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