I think so. I find this question especially interesting as Calvinists will often insist that most people who hold to Arminianism do so primarily for emotional or psychological reasons, rather than exegetical ones. Perhaps some do, but I think the majority of Arminians would say they are Arminians primarily for exegetical reasons (at least this Arminian is). Still, there may certainly be Arminians (or non-Calvinists) who reject Calvinism more on emotional or psycological grounds than on exegetical grounds. We would be naive, however, to assume such could only be true of Arminians and non-Calvinists, as the post linked below well demonstrates.