I love political incorrectness.I agree that you can't actually do this, but you know, it might be interesting to type the stereotypical "ideal citizen" archetype(/stereotype?) from different places.
But that might be both contentious and prone to various forms of racism, so maybe not a good idea.
Not sure if I buy into that because it would imply that type is hereditary.I have a lot of German in my family and a stereotype we claim we all have tends to match T. Even the F's act less than your average feeler, like my very German INFP dad. Obviously the actual MBTI type is up to the individual but I think our culture could affect how strong our preferences are/how strong we show our preferences in public. For instance, an introverted Italian might not have as strong a preference for introversion as the average introvert because they're used to an extroverted culture.
Something interesting that I read is that there tend to be more Ns in America on average than there are Ns in Europe. That's because N's were more likely to immigrate far away than S's were, meaning that people who immigrated were more likely Ns. The same place where I read it said that Ss are still the majority in America, just that they're less a majority than in, say, England.
I'm quite convinced that the characteristics that are stereotypically attributed to Thai people match the ESFP personality the best.