Hmm. INTJ is the commonest, at 40% of those who have given a recognised type (at the time of writing). But the blurb (here
) reckons that INTJ is rare, at no more than 1% of the population. So, what does this imply? a) People aren't replying honestly? b) Being INTJ predisposes people to programming (it's a suggested career choice, after all)? c) Being programmers makes people become INTJ? d) The blurb is not worth the paper it isn't printed on?
Perhaps we have another poll here.