Yes. Since MBTI is stereotyping. Many are but slightly tilted towards E/I, S/N, T/F etc. They must display characteristics of many types, and fit no description fully. I myself is quite a caricature with stron values in al, so the descriptions are quite accurate. But I am more empathic than the stereotype...Not to mention that everyone exhibits different functions to different degrees.....like S is preferred at 75% in your test or J is preferred at 12%. And that can change when you develop through life and heck, even when your mood changes through the day.
I'm basically both and INFP and and ENFP because I have been both at various times in my life, and my latest test put me at only a 1% preference for I. So how the heck do I skew the statistics? MBTI might point to a few common characteristics, but we all still do have some room for variance...
It makes gathering stats a bit complicated, and yes, I do think, as much as we all are interested in studying MBTI, most of us here probably don't want to be put in a box, so to speak. It makes sense that people hope to be the most unique or rare type.....we all want to feel special!
So the problem is knowing yourself when you type. Not that the statistics derived from lots of typing is useless.