Out of 25 U.S. Presidents, you are the most like …
Compared to the general population, you are:
- Low on Extroversion, indicating that you are an introvert who prefers calm environments to large social gatherings.
- High on Openness, indicating that you are very impatient with the way things are and always on the look for the new, the untested, and the untried.
- Average on Agreeableness, indicating that you alternate between being tenderhearted in some situations and tough-minded in others.
- Average on Conscientiousness, indicating that you take a balanced approach between sticking to plans and deadlines and being flexible about updating your current goals.
- Low on Neuroticism, indicating that you are relaxed, cool under pressure, and not shy about presenting yourself or your ideas.
According to a study done by Jeffery J. Mondak, Ph.D., your scores indicate that you are:
- 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.
- 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 your own interests.
- Less likely to mobilize your friends in your own interests, preferring instead to immerse yourself in your interests in solitude.
- Someone who seems impassive to others, while being in fact quite sure of your own views.
- More likely to enjoy fitness training and physical exercise.
- More likely to nurture a few select beliefs that you regard as settled in stone.
- Less likely to flirt with harm and danger.
- Less likely to have insurance or to belong to a labor union.
According to a study done by Jayme Neiman, Ph.D., your scores indicate that you are:
- More likely than the average person to enjoy bitter vegetables like broccoli and arugula.