What Does Your Favorite Color Say About You?

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Find the color, find your nature....


You are organized and very independent, and you rely on intense practicality to solve every problem.


You strive for power and control in life, but are often artistic and intuitive and do not share things well with others.


You are cool and composed and a very reliable person who tends to conform to keep the peace.


You have drive and determination, and you prefer action and risk-taking behaviors. Your biggest need is for physical fullfillment and fitness.


You are a perfectionist who requires emotional security in life, and you are a good humanitarian who helps others in need.


All you want in life is unconditional love and to be accepted for who you are by your peers.


You love to be with people and socialize with them, as you want to be accepted and respected as a part of a group.


You want to find inner peace and absolute truth, and you always make an effort to think of others and their needs.


You are loyal and very frank with others, and you consider your reputation a very important part of your life.


You enjoy learning and sharing knowledge with others, and you feel a need to always express your individuality.


You are a great friend, and you value a stable and simple life over material things.

Favorite Colors By Gender


  • 42% blue
  • 25% green
  • 12% purple
  • 8% red
  • 5% yellow
  • 7% orange
  • 1% pink


  • 29% blue
  • 19% green
  • 27% purple
  • 9% red
  • 6% yellow
  • 3% orange
  • 7% pink

Here are some random facts about color you may not have known!

  • Red is the first color a baby sees, around 2 weeks of age.
  • 40% is the percentage of people worldwide whose favorite color is blue, by far the most popular color.
  • White is considered the safest color for a car.
  • Red and yellow together are the most appetizing colors, thus why they're used in a lot of fast food signs.
  • Pink is the most calming color, used in some prisons and mental health institutions to sedate worked-up prisoners and patients.