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Statistics


WA Development Program


To get an idea of how well the WA Development Program (WADP) is doing, you can take a look at the following graphs, which track various statistics relating to WA membership, endorsement activity, and WA voting activity within The North Pacific (TNP).

Most graphs begin in July 2013, and they all update daily. For reference, the WADP started in December 2014. The raw data producing these graphs is available in Linkthis Google spreadsheet. Additionally, you can find per-resolution hourly records of the regional vote, going as far back as October 2014, in the LinkWA Vote Records. Feel free to use both of these resources!

Clicking on any of the graphs takes you to an interactive version of the same graph.

WA nations

The following graphs show how many WA nations there are within TNP, both as an absolute number and as a percentage of total TNP nations and total WA nations in the world. The more, the merrier!

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Endorsements exchanged

The following graph shows how many endorsements have been exchanged within TNP, both as an absolute number and as a percentage of the maximum possible total number of endorsements. The higher, the better!

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Keepers of the North

The following graph shows how many WA nations within TNP have become Keepers of the North, both as an absolute number and as a percentage of the total WA nations in TNP. The higher, the better!

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Delegate endorsements

The WADP is all about everyone gathering endorsements, but our delegates still get their own graphs. The following graph shows how many endorsements Delegate McMasterdonia has, both as an absolute number and as a percentage of the total WA nations in TNP. As always, the higher, the better!

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Security Council endorsements

The Security Council matters too! They do after all co-sponsor the WADP. The following graph shows how many endorsements members of the Security Council have on average, both as an absolute number and as a percentage of the total WA nations in TNP. Unsurprisingly, the higher, the better!

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The WADP dream metric

This metric shows how close we are to the following situation: every nation in TNP is a member of the WA, and every nation is endorsing every other nation. It is named after the fact that this would be the ideal situation, where the WADP would have achieved absolute success in its objectives and no further improvement would be possible. The exact definition of the metric, and what is shown in the following graph, is the amount of influence generated by all endorsements currently exchanged in TNP, as a percentage of the influence that would be generated by all endorsements in the ideal situation. The higher the metric, the closer we are to the dream!

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Latest General Assembly resolution at vote

The following graph shows how WA nations within TNP have been voting in the ongoing General Assembly vote, if there is one; or in the most recently completed General Assembly vote, otherwise.

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Latest Security Council resolution at vote

The following graph shows how WA nations within TNP have been voting in the ongoing Security Council vote, if there is one; or in the most recently completed Security Council vote, otherwise.

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General Assembly voter turnout

The following graph shows how many TNP nations have been voting in the General Assembly over time, both as an absolute number and as a percentage of the total WA nations in TNP. The higher, the better!

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Security Council voter turnout

The following graph shows how many TNP nations have been voting in the Security Council over time, both as an absolute number and as a percentage of the total WA nations in TNP. As before, the higher, the better!

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World Assembly voter turnout

The following graph shows how many TNP nations have been voting in the World Assembly over time, both as an absolute number and as a percentage of the total WA nations in TNP. As before, the higher, the better!

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General Assembly and Security Council voter turnout comparison

The following graph compares how many TNP nations have been voting in the General Assembly versus the Security Council over time, both as an absolute number and as a percentage of the total WA nations in TNP.

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Monthly World Assembly voter turnout

The following graph shows how many TNP nations have been voting in the World Assembly each month, both as an absolute number and as a percentage of the total WA nations in TNP. As before, the higher, the better!

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This dispatch is updated automatically on a daily basis. Please do not edit manually.



Jointly sponsored by the Delegate and Security Council of The North Pacific.

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