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|  Pennsylvania || 326 || Cromstar || CvP || Center-Right ||  ||  ||  ||  || 21 ||  ||  ||  ||  ||  ||  || 24 ||  ||  || 45 || 13.8% || 53.3% ||  || Medium || High ||  ||  || Q2
 
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|  Connecticut || 101 || Joe DaSmoe (b) || NP || Center-Right ||  || 2 ||  ||  || 1 ||  ||  ||  ||  || (b) ||  || 4 ||  ||  || 7 || 6.9% || 57.1% ||  ||  || Medium ||  ||  || Q1

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Organization accounts as private accounts owned by Citizens doesn't exist any more, but the article was left to see how did organizations look like.


Nomos Laboratories
Logo of Nomos Laboratories
General
Owner Phoenix Quinn
Country Flag-USA.jpg USA
Headquarters New Jersey
Founded 4-July-2009
Founder Phoenix Quinn
Demographics
Services research


Official newspaper of Nomos Laboratories was: Curious Clockworks

Patterns of Colonialism in eRepublik

Sources
Description
  • Charts show patterns of regional occupation in eRepublik
Observations
  1. Four Countries are wholly occupied: Belgium, Moldavia, South Africa, and South Korea.
  2. Of Countries not wholly occupied, the most heavily colonized are: China, India and Greece.
  3. In terms of number of regions occupied, the most successful Colonialists are:
    1. Indonesia, which has almost twice as many colonies as anyone else
    2. Iran
    3. Japan, which claims to be "protecting" South Korea and therefore not colonialist (disputed)
    4. Hungary
    5. Turkey, all of whose colonies are in Greece
    6. Brazil
Conjectures
  1. There are two main patterns of colonialism in eRepublik:
    1. Imperialist: colonizing with the aim of gaining resources and "winning" the game in a military sense
  • Examples: Indonesia, Iran, Hungary
    1. Cultural/Self-Defense: colonizing with the aim of modeling "real life" cultural similarities, historical/revanchist aspirations, or to create a federated eCountry that is stronger than its separate parts
  • Examples: Japan, Netherlands, Romania, Turkey
Corrections, Amendments, Refutations, Notes, and Possible Additional Lines of Inquiry
  1. A possible third category might be "temporary colonialism by agreement". Events will likely determine if this is a real pattern, or if such agreements are actually cover for Imperial-style aggression.
  • Examples: Hungarian occupation of Scotland; Indonesian occupation of Kyushu
  1. Thanks! to comandantedavid, who noted that knowing these patterns over time, such as who are the most imperialist nations in eRep history, would be quite interesting.
Data
Countries With the Most Occupied Regions As of: Day 601: 13 July 2009
Country Number of Region Occupied
China 11
South Africa 9 (all)
South Korea 9 (all)
India 7
Greece 6
Austria 4
Moldavia 4 (all)
Pakistan 4
Belgium 3 (all)
Denmark 3
Russia 3
Australia 2
Germany 2
Ukraine 2
Japan 1
Switzerland 1


Most Colonialist Countries As of: Day 601: 13 July 2009
Country Number of Foreign Regions Occupied
Indonesia 19
Iran 10
Japan 9
Hungary 8
Turkey 6
Brazil 5
Italy 4
Romania 4
Netherlands 3
Germany 2
India 1
Slovenia 1


All Occupied Regions of the World As of: Day 601, 13 July 2009
Country Region Occupier Notes
Australia South Australia Indonesia High Grain
Australia Western Australia Indonesia Q5 Defense, High Grain, High Diamonds
Austria Burgenland Hungary
Austria Carinthia Slovenia Population < 10
Austria Salzburg Italy Population < 10
Austria Tyrol Italy Population < 10
Belgium Brussels-Capital Region Netherlands All Beligium is occupied by Netherlands
Belgium Flemish Region Netherlands
Belgium Walloon Region Netherlands
China Fujian Indonesia
China Guandong Indonesia
China Guangxi Indonesia Population < 10
China Heilongjiang Iran High Iron
China Jilin Iran Population < 10
China Liaoning Iran Q5 Defense, High Iron
China Qinghai Indonesia Population < 10
China Shaanxi Indonesia
China Shanxi Indonesia Population < 10
China Xinjiang Indonesia Q5 Defense
China Zhejiang Indonesia
Denmark Midtyjlland Germany
Denmark Nordylland Hungary
Denmark Syddanmark Germany
Germany Bavaria Italy High Grain
Germany Hesse Hungary
Greece Aegean Island Turkey
Greece Aegean Region Turkey
Greece Epirus Turkey
Greece Ionian Island Turkey
Greece Peloponnese Turkey
Greece Thessaly Turkey
India Bihar Iran
India Jharkand Iran Q5 Defense, High Wood
India Karnataka Indonesia Q5 Defense, High Iron
India Madhya Pradesh Indonesia High Grain
India North India Iran High Grain
India Uttar Pradesh Iran High Grain
India West Bengal Iran
Japan Kyushu Indonesia High Grain, supposedly region is on loan
Moldavia Chisinau Romania All of Moldavia is occupied by Romania
Moldavia Northern Basarabia Romania
Moldavia Sourthern Bararabia Romania Population < 10
Moldavia Transnistria Romania
Pakistan Balochistan Iran
Pakistan Jammu and Kashmir India
Pakistan North-West Frontier Province Iran
Pakistan Sindh Indonesia Population < 10
Russia North Caucasus Region Hungary Q5 Defense, High Oil
Russia Urals Region Hungary Q5 Defense, High Iron
Russia West Siberian Region Indonesia Q5 Defense, High Iron, High Oil, High Wood
South Africa Eastern Cape Indonesia All South Africa is occcupied
South Africa Free State Brazil
South Africa Gauteng Brazil Q5 Defense, High Diamonds
South Africa KwaZulu-Natal Indonesia
South Africa Limpopo Brazil High Diamonds
South Africa Mpumalanga Brazil
South Africa North-West Brazil
South Africa Northern Cape Indonesia High Diamonds
South Africa Western Cape Indonesia
South Korea Chuncheongbuk-do Japan All South Korea is occupied by Japan
South Korea Chungcheongnam-do Japan
South Korea Gangwon-do Japan
South Korea Gyeonggi-do Japan High Grain
South Korea Gyeongsangbuk-do Japan
South Korea Gyeongsangnam-do Japan
South Korea Jeju Japan
South Korea Jeollabuk-do Japan
South Korea Jeollanam-do Japan
Switzerland French-speaking area Italy
Ukraine Dnipro Hungary
Ukraine Siveria Hungary Population < 10
United Kingdom Scotland Hungary Supposedly region is on loan

Patterns of Congressional Voting and Party Membership in eUSA

As of
  • Day 592 of the New World (4-July-2009), The 19th US Congress
Sources
  • eUSA wiki page; USA Region pages, USA Election pages, Citizen, Region and Party pages from eRep; Forum postings
Description
  • Graphs and charts show relative strength of US political parties and voting patterns
Observations
  1. About 1 in 5 citizens voted in the last Congressional election.
  2. Not all Party members voted in the last Congressional election. The number of total votes cast (3,240) was less than the total number of Party members (5,587).
  3. eUSA Constitution, Article 5 says (emphasis added): "Citizens of the United States of America are allowed to join any of the country's five largest political parties to run for Congress provided that they are level 12 or higher."
  4. The same Constitution also enshrines "the freedom to bare arms", though it says nothing about either the freedom to bare legs or the freedom to arm bears. :-)
Conjectures
  1. On the basis of stated political Orientations, there are two major and two minor blocs of political sentiment in eUSA:
    1. Major blocs: Center-Left and Center-Right
    2. Minor blocs: Far-Left and Center
  2. Proportion of blocs inside the top 5 parties is roughly equivalent to the relative bloc sizes when all parties are counted.
  3. The Far-Left and Center-Right blocs were somewhat under-represented in this Congress as compared to the actual size of their party memberships.
Corrections, Amendments, Refutations, Notes, and Possible Additional Lines of Inquiry

Thanks! to Robert Bayer (eRep page), who observed that:

  1. Wiki page 19th_United_States_Congress has some of the same info, with additional types of analysis and graphs.
  2. Classifying parties on the left-right spectrum is likely not the most accurate way to distinguish them.

And also for suggesting that:

  1. It would be useful to compile data on which parties have the most members where.
Data
Party/Non-Party; Voters/Non-Voters

Party NonParty USA d592.jpg Voters NonVoters USA d592.jpg

Data

Political Blocs, US Congress: Blocs US Congress d592.jpg
Political Blocs, All Party Members: Blocs PartyMembers USA D592.jpg

Congressional Representation by Party
Orient. Abrv. Name Party Members Congress Members Congress Share Share of Citizens in Party Share of All Party Members
Far-Left SFP Socialist Freedom Party 94 1 2.0% 0.6% 1.7%
Far-Left AAP America's Advancement Party 678 4 7.8% 4.3% 11.9%
Center-Left USWP United States Workers Party 1967 26 51.0% 12.4% 34.7%
Center UIP United Independents Party
(formerly United Constitutionalists Party)
525 7 13.7% 3.3% 9.2%
Center RP Republican Party 75 1 2.0% 0.5% 1.3%
Center-Right FP Federalist Party 245 3 5.9% 1.5% 4.3%
Center-Right USNP Nationalist Party 85 1 2.0% 0.5% 1.5%
Center-Right Lib Libertarian Party 896 5 9.8% 5.7% 15.8%
Center-Right CvP Conservative Party 670 3 5.9% 4.2% 11.8%
Center-Left DeP Democratic Party 133 0 0% 0.8% 2.3%
Center-Left USGP United States Green Party
(aka Green Party - GDSP)
102 0 0% 0.6% 1.8%
Center-Left IPA Independent Party of America 5 0 0% 0.0% 0.1%
Center-Left SDP Social Democractic Party USA 6 0 0% 0.0% 0.1%
Center BGT In BloodGod We Trust 22 0 0% 0.1% 0.4%
Center DR3 Democratic Republic 3rd Party 8 0 0% 0.1% 0.1%
Center-Right URP Umbrella Research Party 100 0 0% 0.6% 1.8%
Center-Right Rain Rainbow Party 8 0 0% 0.1% 0.1%
Center-Right AFiP America First Party
(formerly The Yellow Party)
8 0 0% 0.1% 0.1%
Far-Right ARaP American Radical Party
(formerly The Illuminati)
10 0 0% 0.1% 0.2%
Far-Right AFrP American Freedom Party 18 0 0% 0.1% 0.3%
Far-Right ARiP American Right Party 21 0 0% 0.1% 0.4%
Congressional Vote Breakdown by State
Name Pop. Representative Party Orient. SFP AAP DeP USGP USWP UIP RP BGT FP NP LiB CvP URP ARP Total Votes Cast Share of Pop. Voted Winning Plurality Diamonds Grain Wood Oil Iron Hospital
Alaska 116 Chris Stanwick UIP Center 5 16 11 32 27.6% 50% High Q3
Arizona 183 Kazeal UIP Center 8 19 2 29 15.8% 65.5% Medium Q2
Maryland` 177 NeilP99 UIP Center 8 17 25 14.1% 68% Medium Medium Q4
New Hampshire 60 StygianSteel UIP Center 2 1 7 4 14 23.3% 50% Medium
New Mexico 53 Seth Ford UIP Center 9 8 12 1 30 56.6% 40% Medium Q1
Oklahoma 99 Robert S. Miller UIP Center 3 7 6 2 18 18.2% 38.9% Medium High Q1
Oregon 188 CaptainCAPS UIP Center 15 23 38 20.2% 60.5% Medium Q3
Missouri 158 Jizzie McGuire (a) RP Center 1 13 (a) 10 24 15.2% 54.2% Medium Medium Q1
Arkansas 67 Killing Time USWP Center-Left 1 13 10 24 35.8% 54.2% Medium Medium Medium Q1
California 1507 Thomas Anderson USWP Center-Left 168 17 33 11 229 15.2% 73.4% High High Q4
D.C. 197 Zcia USWP Center-Left 33 33 16.8% 100% Q3
Delware 29 James Strife USWP Center-Left 1 10 5 3 19 65.5% 26.3% Medium
Florida 3761 Ananais USWP Center-Left 71 375 148 102 166 862 22.9% 43.5% Medium Q5
Georgia 271 Brad O'Donnell USWP Center-Left 17 24 23 3 67 24.7% 35.8% Medium Q4
Idaho 51 Kerat USWP Center-Left 9 2 11 21.6% 81.8% Medium Q1
Illinois 470 ligtreb USWP Center-Left 70 26 96 20.4% 72.9% High Q4
Indiana 181 Ryan Fisher USWP Center-Left 11 9 20 11% 55% Medium Medium Q2
Kansas 111 LexLuthor1 USWP Center-Left 4 12 16 14.4% 75% High Q1
Kentucky 140 Jasper Ferguson USWP Center-Left 3 19 3 15 5 45 32.1% 42.2% Medium Medium Q4
Masachusetts 242 PigInZen USWP Center-Left 16 16 6.6% 100% Medium Q1
Michigan 312 Prince Corwin USWP Center-Left 9 21 6 4 40 12.8% 52.5% Medium Medium Q3
Minnesota 145 Walter Joseph Kovacs USWP Center-Left 17 7 1 25 17.2% 68% Medium Medium Q1
Montana 53 Lenore Rosborough USWP Center-Left 1 6 1 8 15.1% 75% High Q1
New York 1082 Cerb USWP Center-Left 7 112 9 29 157 14.5% 71.3% Q3
North Carolina 195 Lorenzo Serafini USWP Center-Left 2 14 13 3 32 16.4% 43.8% Medium Medium Q1
Ohio 373 GoBucks USWP Center-Left 1 30 7 5 6 49 13.1% 61.2% Medium Q3
Rhode Island 56 Vincent Truglia USWP Center-Left 9 8 17 30.4% 52.9% Q2
South Carolina 81 Augustis USWP Center-Left 4 7 6 17 21% 41.2% Medium Medium
Tennessee 185 Gaius Julius USWP Center-Left 17 8 25 13.5% 68% Medium High Q3
Virginia 293 Dmalicious USWP Center-Left 27 23 11 61 20.8% 44.3% Medium Medium Q4
Washington 444 Dania USWP Center-Left 6 40 2 10 58 13.1% 69% High Q2
West Virginia 53 SirEkim USWP Center-Left 1 8 8 17 32.1% 47.1% Medium Q1
Wisconsin 149 Bill Forder USWP Center-Left 11 4 2 17 11.4% 64.7% Medium Q1
Alabama 120 Joe Newton CvP Center-Right 8 7 11 26 21.7% 42.3% Medium Q3
Iowa 81 Matttoze5 CvP Center-Right 3 2 5 10 12.3% 50% Medium Q1
Nebraska 64 Desertfalcon CvP Center-Right 3 8 11 17.2% 72.7% Medium Q2
Pennsylvania 326 Cromstar CvP Center-Right 21 24 45 13.8% 53.3% Medium High Q2
Wyoming 28 wingfield CvP Center-Right 2 1 13 16 57.1% 81.3% Medium Q1
Connecticut 101 Joe DaSmoe (b) NP Center-Right 2 1 (b) 4 7 6.9% 57.1% Medium Q1
Colorado 243 Daphne Liliac Lib Center-Right 20 8 21 9 58 23.9% 36.2% Medium Q4
Hawaii 114 James Harding Lib Center-Right 12 13 25 21.9% 52% Q3
Louisiana 95 Jame S Pfeiffer Lib Center-Right 11 4 2 13 30 31.6% 43.3% Medium High Q1
Mississippi 47 Bill Brasky Lib Center-Right 3 2 4 9 19.1% 44.4% Medium Medium Q1
New Jersey 1880 Claire Littleton Lib Center-Right 146 71 26 252 41 536 28.5% 47% Medium Q5
Texas 873 Cujo Mayo Lib Center-Right 9 28 27 60 23 147 16.8% 40.8% Medium High Q4
Vermont 49 Emerick Lib Center-Right 1 1 11 21 34 69.4% 61.8% Medium Q1
Maine 70 seeker1 AAP Far-Left 11 1 1 11 6 30 42.9% 36.7% Medium Q3
Nevada 93 Woxan AAP Far-Left 11 8 19 20.4% 57.9% Medium
North Dakota 26 Nick Bezier AAP Far-Left 10 5 4 19 73.1% 52.6% High
Utah 92 Tormod AAP Far-Left 10 3 9 3 25 27.2% 40% Medium Q1
South Dakota 26 Robert Bayer (c) SFP Far-Left (c) 9 13 22 84.6% 59.1% High Q1


(a) Ran on USWP ticket, switched to RP after election
(b) Ran on CvP ticket, switched to USNP after election
(c) Ran on UIP ticket, switched to SFP after election

Summary of Total Votes in Congressional Election for the "Big Five" Parties
Total AAP USWP UIP LiB CvP
3240 399 1303 390 728 420
12.3% 40.2% 12.0% 22.5% 13.0%