Which MBTI Type has the least friends: this is a difficult topic, with many different variables to consider. However, I’m confident with the answer I’ve provided and very soon you’ll know too. Read on to discover the answer…
The first factor to be considered is introversion vs. extroversion. Introverts are naturally more shy than extroverts. They dislike discussions and are more inclined to sit around by themselves. As a result, the introverts are less likely to have friends than extroverts.
N: the sparkers of creativity. S: the concrete, trend-setting drivers of society. Which one do you think has less friends? Unfortunately for the abstract people, it’s you guys. Society is a very harsh place, in which you can only top the charts by being “normal.” This means you have to be fashionable, dominant and an all-round factual person. In fact, the only real way to be a popular as an N is by a) being funny through your creativity or b) being approved by many sensors so your theories are recognised and approved of. An example of this is Galileo. He initially endured great criticism because of his new approach to concepts, discovering that the planets revolve around the Sun (not the Earth.) However, soon other sensors approved of his idea, until eventually it was confirmed and accepted that his theory was correct. So if you’re creative and wish to advance society, initially you’ll be less popular, but maybe soon when others discover your talents the tables will turn!
Thinking and feeling does not play a massive role, but can contribute to a small extent.However, it is easier to make friends with a rational mindset, without getting emotionally concerned over whether the person will like you, or what not. In other words, an F is likely to have less friends because they are more worried about how they will be judged than thinkers.
Finally, the J vs. P. It’s common knowledge that perceivers are more adaptable to their surroundings than judgers. This means they’ll be able to adjust themselves to society, fitting in with new trends which allows them to be popular. In addition to this, perceivers live in the moment, spurring on through difficult conditions and sharing their enthusiasm with others. It is for this reason that J has been selected as the last letter, as they don’t have such traits.
The answer to your question is INFJ. Surprising, hey? Well, when you deeply analyse it, this is definitely the MBTI type who has the least friends. They’re reserved, don’t fit in as well to popular culture, don’t say things straight out and plan more than perceive. Based on the conventions in modern society, this would be the person who’d have the least friends.
Which MBTI type do you think? Leave your opinion in the comments section below!!