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« on: February 24, 2008, 02:39:04 pm »
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Following on from the elections thread, I thought it would be worthwhile estbalishing internal demographics and then constructing party support around that. I've already posted a possible linguistic map that could be used.

Here I've attempted to breakdown Arcadia, using Al's divisions with regards to employment. Let me know what you think.



Key
A- Cadres et professions intellectuelles superieures/ Managerial and Higher Professional
B- Artisans, commercants et chefs d'enterprise/Artisans, shopkeepers and employers
C- Ouvriers/Manual Workers
D- Agriculteurs/Farmers

1 A-6 B-11 C-37 D-46
2 A-5 B-18 C-34 D-43
3 A-6 B-9 C-21 D-61
4 A-7 B-10 C-19 D-64
5 A-11 B-17 C-23 D-49
6 A-7 B-12 C-19 D-62
7 A-15 B-19 C-16 D-50
8 A-13 B-22 C-18 D-47
9 A-19 B-29 C-37 D-14
10 A-21 B-39 C-30 D-10
11 A-19 B-25 C-31 D-25
12 A-40 B-36 C-15 D-9
13 A-57 B-29 C-8 D-6
14 A-39 B-35 C-16 D-10
15 A-25 B-33 C-26 D-16
16 A-18 B-35 C-43 D-4
17 A-20 B-23 C-33 D-24
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« Reply #1 on: February 24, 2008, 02:40:43 pm »
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Is Le Gran still that agricultural? I did not know that.
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« Reply #2 on: February 24, 2008, 02:45:22 pm »
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Is Le Gran still that agricultural? I did not know that.

This is Arcadia
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« Reply #3 on: February 24, 2008, 03:14:12 pm »
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In relation to Al's party map, there would be some changes (I didn't draw this up to conform with it in the first instance.

First of all, bearing in mind that this region was Francophone, some parties wouldn't have a hope in hell's chance of winning.

Social Credit would do well in 1 and 2, The Social Democrats would do well in 10,11,16 and 17
The Radical Democrats would do well in 12,13 and 14 and the Progressive Conservatives doing well everywhere else for example.

This is presuming, that in Arcadian politics, the Radicals holding a right wing economic policy do well in areas with an overwhelming presence of 'A' class. Where the 'A' class is not so strong, and the 'C' class is, then they would tend to vote PC in order to keep out Social Democrats or Social Credit. I am also assuming that Social Credit do better in less Francophone rural areas to the north, but the Prog Cons do better in the rural south.

Electability.

1 SC, SD
2 SC, SD
3 SC
4 PC
5 PC, SD
6 PC
7 PC
8 PC, SD
9 PC, SD
10 SD, PC
11 SD, PC
12 RD, PC
13 RD
14 RD,PC
15 PC, SD, RD
16 SD, PC
17 SD

Again this is just an idea Smiley
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« Reply #4 on: February 24, 2008, 03:16:57 pm »
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Is Le Gran still that agricultural? I did not know that.

This is Arcadia

My bad. It looks too much like Antillia. Tongue

Good map, though. Please do the rest.
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« Reply #5 on: February 24, 2008, 11:53:44 pm »
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Demographics wise most looks really good. The only problem I can see is district 10, which corresponds to central Fort Rochier. Fort Rochier is mostly a government/administrative centre with much smaller amount of the economy coming from it being the largest city between Charlesville and Richmond, thus making it a services centre for northern Carnarvon and southern Arcadia. I would expect groups A and B to be higher in 10 with C being lower, I would expect D's to be very low as well. Also 15 would correspond to north central Charlesville, which is a large city, for Antillia, of 36,000 people. I would also expect 12 to have a lower D population, though it would be more rural than either 15 or 16, probably closer to 13 demographically unless you have some sort of particular reasoning for making 12 more rural.
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« Reply #6 on: February 25, 2008, 01:27:06 pm »
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Demographics wise most looks really good. The only problem I can see is district 10, which corresponds to central Fort Rochier. Fort Rochier is mostly a government/administrative centre with much smaller amount of the economy coming from it being the largest city between Charlesville and Richmond, thus making it a services centre for northern Carnarvon and southern Arcadia. I would expect groups A and B to be higher in 10 with C being lower, I would expect D's to be very low as well. Also 15 would correspond to north central Charlesville, which is a large city, for Antillia, of 36,000 people. I would also expect 12 to have a lower D population, though it would be more rural than either 15 or 16, probably closer to 13 demographically unless you have some sort of particular reasoning for making 12 more rural.

Cheers Smiley I've made a few changes.

I'll continue with another province, but I won't do all of them Tongue since I've only really taken an interest in the Francophone areas here.
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