Question: What does the Keirsey test measure?

The Keirsey Temperament Sorter II (KTS II) is a personality test developed by David Keirsey (1921–2013) that measures psychological type through the lens of four temperaments that Keirsey termed Artisan, Guardian, Idealist, and Rationalist. The KTS II consists of 70 forced choice questions.

What kind of people are idealists?

The idealist temperament is comprised of those with an iNtuitive and feeling (N-F) preference. Idealists make up around 15% of the total population, making it one of the smaller temperaments. In general, people who fall into this temperament are trusting, generous, spiritual, kind-hearted and authentic.

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