Via Razib, my results from a Big Five personality traits test (executive branch edition):
Given that I reference words from his famous farewell address more than those of any other president, this seems fitting enough. I didn't delve into the methodology employed at the site, but some of the accompanying verbiage asserts that this personality profile tends to refer to a person "more likely to favor military intervention as a means of solving foreign policy problems". Sounds a little strange to describe a putatively close match with George Washington in such a way, but alas.
One can only wonder about Razib's--who is paired with Theodore Roosevelt--propensity for war-making. I suppose Razib's willingness to get intellectually pugilistic, and his approach towards the deployment and utilization of cutting edge genomics technologies could, figuratively, be seen as analagous to Teddy's approach to Cuba and the Philippines!
Every couple of years I like to indulge in one of these profile tests. Over the course of my adult life, four of the five facets have remained quite stable. The only trait that has moved much for me is agreeableness. It has declined, I suspect in no small part as a consequence of swallowing the red pill, spending so much time sifting through hatefacts, engaging in crimethink, and virtually hanging out in Dark Enlightenment circles.