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.

Regards,

John Davies

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