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    ENTP - The Visionaries

    Most charming, well-liked MBTI type

    Which MBTI type do you people think is the most charming and well-liked?

    I think that it is ESFP, with ESTP being second. This is my letter breakdown explanation. E is more sociable than I. Most people are S, while N is the minority. Also, Ss live for their experiences, and Ns live for their minds. I imagine the ultimate "cool" person to be some bold, daring person who skydives, and lives life to the fullest, making Ss more charming.

    The third letter is the hardest, but I say that Fs would be more charming than Ts because they would pick up other people's feelings better. Fs have more potential to be charming. For the last letter, Ps are more charming than Js, because Ps are easier to comply, and get along with.

    What do you think?
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    INTP - The Thinkers

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    Id say ENFJ
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    INTJ - The Scientists

    I don't think the number of people who are a type has any bearing on how much the type itself is liked. I'm going with ENFPs, they're generally friendly, and they're liable to try and get people to like them due to a need for external validation "ENFPs almost always have a strong need to be liked. Sometimes, especially at a younger age, an ENFP will tend to be "gushy" and insincere, and generally "overdo" in an effort to win acceptance...".
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    I'm with @raichu on this one. Why?
    I vs E: Introverts don't try to push themselves on others.
    S vs N: S doesn't go babbling about unimportant stuff. If something is important to the current situation, it will be said.
    T vs F: All sensible people prefer rationality to morality.
    P vs J: Relaxedness is a lot more charming and well-liked than sphincter-puckering stiffness.

    No? Oh you mean different people can have different values? Hmm, that's quite an interesting thought...
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    Unknown Personality

    Well, my ENFJ friend from high school got voted Miss ENFJ? xD
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    I have to agree with the OP. ESFP is the most well-liked. And who is the least charming, least liked MBTI Type? ESFP's opposite - the INTJ? Lol. I also agree with this.
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    INFP - The Idealists

    In theory perhaps, yes. I know one thing for sure that ESFP was voted the 'happiest' type of all, possibly meaning the most carefree and happy-go-lucky.

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    ENTP - The Visionaries

    I agree with what you said about INTJ.

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