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Big Five President Test

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Out of 25 U.S. Presidents, your friend is the most like:

James Madison

James Madison
"A standing military force, with an overgrown Executive, will not long be safe companions to liberty."

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Compared to the general population, your friend is:

  • Above average on Openness
  • Extremely high on Conscientiousness
  • Extremely low on Extroversion
  • Above average on Agreeableness
  • Average on Neuroticism

According to a study done by Jeffery J. Mondak, Ph.D., your friend's scores indicate that he or she is:

  • Not likely to discriminate on the basis of race or sexual orientation.
  • More likely to be pro-choice rather than pro-life.
  • Likely to feel trapped by the status quo.
  • Likely to enjoy complex and abstract discussions.
  • Likely to be more knowledgeable on academic topics.
  • More likely to favor military intervention as a means of solving foreign policy problems.
  • Less likely to think that international cooperation will solve foreign policy problems.
  • More likely to take responsibility and to take an active interest in their community.
  • More likely to be patriotic and proud of their country.
  • More likely to enjoy romantic fiction than the rest of the population.
  • Less likely to have a tolerant attitude towards smoking.
  • More likely to favor harsh criminal punishments over milder ones.
  • Less likely to watch TV and read the news, preferring instead to follow their own interests.
  • Less likely to mobilize their friends in their interests, preferring instead to immerse themselves in their interests in solitude.
  • Someone who seems impassive to others, while being in fact quite sure of their own views.
  • Less likely to frequently change jobs and partners.
  • Less likely to end up in jail or to get in trouble with the law.
  • More likely to generally agree with their immediate friends and family.
  • More likely to simply avoid people who are hostile to them, or with whom they are in disagreement.
  • More likely to oppose capital punishment.
  • More likely to take a favorable view of government welfare programs.

According to a study done by Jayme Neiman, Ph.D., your friend's scores indicate that he or she is:

  • More likely than the average person to enjoy bitter vegetables like broccoli and arugula.

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