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Ron Paul MBTI

Myers Briggs type and personality details of 'Ron Paul'
Ron Paul MBTI type
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Politicans and Leaders

TOTAL MBTI VOTES: 13


ISTP - 8
INTP - 2
INFJ - 1
ENTJ - 1
ISTJ - 1

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TOTAL ENNEA VOTES: 6


1W2 - 5
6W7 - 1

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Ugh. I just looked up his views on abortion. Some of his other views are a bit dated as well. He's pro-sodomy laws, doesn't care for separation of church and state and believes that if someone doesn't want sexual harassment and they're experiencing it then they should just quit their job.

MBTI type of Ron Paul

. instead of reporting it. To think I almost liked this guy.

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. These are mostly SJ points although even the SJ types I know don't care much for these types of political stances but maybe that's because we're not very religious here in Australia. Sometimes I forget how much Christian fundamentalism there is in the USA.Information about Myers Briggs Type Indicator of Ron Paul.I can see how NTJs are attracted to his fiscal views. But his view on abortion is fucking asinine SFJ type shitISTP 1w2 Sx/Sp.Which of the 16 personality types is Ron Paul?. A great man ! America miss him for this elections...Online Ron Paul supporters tend to overwhelmingly be NTJ, so I don't think that the NTP argument works really well. At least according to this poll 45% NTJ, 20% NTP. Ron Paul himself is a paleolibertarian though, who are much more conservative than your typical internet kids. http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?114134-The-R-evol-lution-s-Myers-Briggs-Personalility-TypeLook at how he lives his personal life to see his real personality traits though. He's very regimented, frugal, conservative, etcHmmm. For starters Si doesn't tend to draw hasty conclusions from personal experiences, atleast not dominant or auxiliary Si. Si would be your most cautious and thorough cognitive function associated with archiving impressions of tried and tested experiences which stand the test of time. Paul consistently describes himself as being fueled by principles of Austrian school of free market economics and personal freedom. He distrusts conventional government and has been consistent in these ideas. I am confident that there is Ti in his functional stack. And I disagree that he'll score very high on conscientiousness. And why would you think he has low openness. I also believe most libertarians are NTPs. So his likelihood of being an ISTJ while not impossible is less likely than NTP. Some argue that his tactless and straightforward style and focus on a narrow range of ideas points to Ni-Se than Ne-Si which indicates ISTP. But I am more inclined to INTP.Hmmm. For starters Si doesn't tend to draw hasty conclusions from personal experiences, atleast not dominant or auxiliary Si. Si would be your most cautious and thorough cognitive function associated with archiving impressions of tried and tested experiences which stand the test of time. Paul consistently describes himself as being fueled by principles of Austrian school of free market economics and personal freedom. He distrusts conventional government and has been consistent in these ideas. I am confident that there is Ti in his functional stack. And I disagree that he'll score very high on conscientiousness. And why would you think he has low openness. I also believe most libertarians are NTPs. So his likelihood of being an ISTJ while not impossible is less likely than NTP. Some argue that his tactless and straightforward style and focus on a narrow range of ideas points to Ni-Se than Ne-Si which indicates ISTP. But I am more inclined to INTP.Also, he would be high conscientious and low openness on big 5 which would mean SJ, specifically ISTJ.I haven't completely ruled out Ti-dom but he seems to use a whole ton of Si. Si is the main reason why I went with ISTJ. I feel like he tends to draw a lot of sometimes hasty conclusions from his personal experiences which isn't what I'd expect from an INTP. But of course some may not see it that way.Ron is by all means a Ti-dom.He's seems far more Ti-Fe than Te-Fi. I think ISTP works. But he is an ISTP 1w2, thats why he can look J or even FJ.He's seems far more Ti-Fe than Te-Fi. I think ISTP works. But he is an ISTP 1w2, thats why he can look J or even FJ.I actually think he's a unique sort of ISTJ. He gives a lot of long rambling speeches going back to the way things were. His life experiences are also the source of most of his values. The ISTJs I know are very interested in theories which affirm what they've experienced which could explain his deep interest in Austrian economics. He never was really that interested in politics, but really just told things as he saw them.