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Most open to new experinces or uncreative characters

As part of the Statistical "Which Character" Personality Quiz, this website has had volunteers rate 2,000 characters on a 100 point scale from "open to new experinces" to "uncreative". This page lists the 25 characters whose average ratings were the farthest to either side. Because the scale is bipolar, it is reversable. For example, a rating of 1/100 for "open to new experinces" is the same as 100/100 for "uncreative". See the documentation for more information about how these ratings were collected.

Most open to new experinces characters

RankAverage ratingNumber of ratersName
198.237Ilana Wexler (Broad City)
296.418Charlie Morningstar (Hazbin Hotel)
396.21234Phoebe Buffay (Friends)
496.1592Samantha Jones (Sex and the City)
596.1180Olaf (Frozen)
696.1382Luna Lovegood (Harry Potter)
796.025Jesper Fahey (Shadow and Bone)
895.983Doc Brown (Back to the Future)
995.0336The Joker (The Dark Knight)
1094.9389Goh Peik Lin (Crazy Rich Asians)
1194.938Elisa Esposito (The Shape of Water)
1294.819Keeley Jones (Ted Lasso)
1394.7155Jack Dawson (Titanic)
1494.746Richard Castle (Castle)
1594.541Jessa Johansson (Girls)
1694.523Ferris Bueller (Ferris Bueller's Day Off)
1794.5511Aang (Avatar: The Last Airbender)
1894.529Clementine Kruczynski (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind)
1994.572Naruto Uzumaki (Naruto)
2094.4328Lady Sybil Crawley (Downton Abbey)
2194.414Neal Caffrey (White Collar)
2294.1223Ed (Cowboy Bebop)
2393.963Calvin (Calvin and Hobbes)
2493.9151Remy (Ratatouille)
2593.71193Jack Sparrow (Pirates of the Caribbean)

Most uncreative characters

RankAverage ratingNumber of ratersName
193.8386Petunia Dursley (Harry Potter)
291.0470Red Forman (That 70's Show)
390.9118Cal Hockley (Titanic)
490.8357Dolores Umbridge (Harry Potter)
590.728Count Alexei Karenin (Anna Karenina)
690.2337Mr. William Collins (Pride and Prejudice)
790.094Principal Vernon (The Breakfast Club)
889.430Nurse Mildred Ratched (One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest)
989.355Frank Burns (M*A*S*H)
1089.123Michael Groff (Sex Education)
1189.1574Angela Martin (The Office)
1288.832Chuck McGill (Better Call Saul)
1387.568Gaston (Beauty and the Beast)
1487.5328Lady Catherine de Bourgh (Pride and Prejudice)
1587.56Lois Wilkerson (Malcolm in the Middle)
1687.334Ashley Wilkes (Gone With the Wind)
1787.354Samuel Norton (The Shawshank Redemption)
1887.247King George III (Hamilton)
1987.0324Cornelius Fudge (Harry Potter)
2086.047Prince Humperdinck (The Princess Bride)
2185.7150Chef Skinner (Ratatouille)
2284.5122Sheriff of Nottingham (Robin Hood)
2384.5573Stanley Hudson (The Office)
2484.524Lieutenant Schrank (West Side Story)
2584.059Byron Hadley (The Shawshank Redemption)

Similar traits

The survey has 400 different descriptive scales that the characters can be rated on. This list is the 10 other scales that that have the highest correlation with open to new experinces<--->uncreative when aggregated at the character level.

  1. adventurous (not stick-in-the-mud) (r=0.82)
  2. creative (not conventional) (r=0.81)
  3. open-minded (not close-minded) (r=0.78)
  4. liberal (not conservative) (r=0.75)
  5. vibrant (not geriatric) (r=0.74)
  6. innovative (not routine) (r=0.73)
  7. flexible (not rigid) (r=0.73)
  8. varied (not repetitive) (r=0.72)
  9. progressive (not old-fashioned) (r=0.7)
  10. multicolored (not monochrome) (r=0.7)

Notes

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