There's a person I know who has the same opinion on everything. It never wavers from "very good" e.g.

That was a very good movie

Brazil played a very good game

The weather was very good yesterday

They're not really an optimist per se, as a term such as the one I'm looking for could easily apply to someone with the opposite "very bad" opinion of everything.

What I'm wondering is there a particular term for someone who has the same opinion on everything?

This is a similar (but not the same) question, and although some of the answers here (such as yeasayer) could work in certain contexts, they don't fully answer my question.

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    Right. There ought to be a word for that.
    – Kris
    Jul 3, 2014 at 9:40

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There is a somewhat broad phrase, Johnny one-note (or one-note Johnny), that covers repetitive views beyond simple affect

An opinion or viewpoint on a single subject or a few particular subjects which is frequently expressed by a person or organization

It derives from the song, "Johnny One Note", in a Broadway musical

a show tune from the 1937 Rodgers and Hart musical Babes in Arms. The lyrics tell a story of a male vocalist named Johnny who sang with a band and could sing only one note, but sang that note extremely well.

The person you describe is an emotional Johnny one-note.

It's a bit less colorful, but you could simply use the term one-note

unvarying in tone or emphasis : monotonous


I was going to post it as a comment, but looking at the definition in Urban Dictionary, it could be closer to what you want then I thought.

One Trick Pony - used to describe a friend, acquaintance or stranger, who has very few talents, sayings, jokes or skills. Definition on Urban Dictionary

"You're such a one trick pony!"

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    A variation of this could definitely be a goer. "A one-comment pony"?
    – Ronan
    Jul 4, 2014 at 8:31

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