60 normal adults and 60 schizophenic patients rated the Rorschach percepts given firstly as responses to the inkblots on 20 Semantic Differential scales. The directional trends for percepts were analyzed using the Chi-Square technique. Normals had 113 scales (among 200 scales=10 percepts x check marks) which reflected the significant connotative meanings for percepts, while schizophrenics had only 46 scales showing the significant connotative trends for percepts. These results have supported the hypothesis of the present study. Normals and schizophrenics tended to assign consistent connotative meanings to the Rorschach percepts. For schizophrenic, however, there are a smaller number of scales viewed significantly in any one direction than normals. Comparisons were made between these groups and previously studied with the results of a few investigators. Possible reasons for the results were discussed.