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Politician – Jacinda Ardern Personality Analysis


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Below is the average of all functions by votes


E

91%

N

82%

F

100%

J

91%

SJ

1%

SP

0%

NT

0%

NF

99%

β™‘ Full Breakdown of Total Votes: 11 Votes

ENFJ   (7)

 

ESFJ   (2)

 

ENFP   (1)

 

INFJ   (1)

 

Concluded MBTI personality type: ENFJ

Type by functions of ENFJ Personality

Dominant function

Fe - Extroverted Feeling, Ethics & Emotions

Auxiliary function

Ni - Introverted Intuition, Temporal Intuition & Time

Tertiary function

Se - Extroverted Sensing, Force/Power

Inferior function

Ti - Introverted Thinking, Structural Logic


Correspondence between different systems *

Top functions by all votes.

Name Jacinda Ardern
Profession Politician
Date of Birth 1980-07-26
Place of Birth New Zealand
Age
Death Date
Birth Sign Leo

About Jacinda Ardern

Leader of the New Zealand Labour Party who became the 40th Prime Minister of New Zealand in October 2017. She previously served as Spokesperson for Social Development.Β 

Early Life of Jacinda Ardern

After earning a degree in communications from the University of Waikato, she became a senior-ranking member of the Young Labour Party. In 2008, she was elected President of the International Union of Socialist Youth.

Trivia

Though she was raised in the Mormon faith, she left the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints because her religion came into conflict with her politics.

Family Life

She grew up in Murupara and Morrinsville, New Zealand, as the daughter of police officer Ross Ardern. She has been in a relationship with TV hostΒ Clarke Gayford; they welcomed a daughter, Neve Te Aroha Ardern Gayford, together in June 2018.

Associated With

She and fellow Labour Party politician David Cunliffe both served in the New Zealand Parliament.

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