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The World Assembly Report and Regional Comparisons is a statistics based report intended to track the region's World Assembly membership and endorsements of Delegate Dome Artan. The report is based off statistics generated by a spreadsheet maintained by the region's Delegate and is updated at each Major update. The report will be published weekly following the Monday Major update and the subsequent spreadsheet update. Ultimately the goal of the report will be to track the Union's development of its influence in the World Assembly, done through increasing both it's total memberships and total Delegate endorsements.
The report will also include a Regional Comparisons component as a means of evaluation for the region's progress. The region will be compared to similarly sized peers based on the Regions World Census ranking. Relevant regional Delegate endorsement totals will be displayed with the goal of the region to be favourably compared to these regions. This component will also include the region's current ranking in the World Assembly Endorsements Census for ease of access.
Beginning with the Fifth Edition the report also includes an Advanced Analytics section that incorporates various statistics far too difficult to gather manually. This section will chart the region's total influence growth (a main target of the PIG in the UDS program), the region's total World Assembly endorsements separately from the average endorsement statistic and the region's endorsement saturation. These statistics will be accompanied by the Union's respective ranking in each category. This entire section is only possible thanks to the NS renowned AugustinAndroid (the Moose) created by August.
Non WA Nations
Delegate Endorsement Percentage
World Assembly Membership Percentage
Total population was rock solid this week, started at 450 and closes at 450. However the nations that replaced the CTE nations haven't joined the WA and so we see the obvious surges in the percentage stats. Delegate endorsement percentage hits a new high while WA membership continued its plunge. Last week I blamed a large part of that last stats collapse on puppet nations moving in. While I still saw some that I believe are obvious puppets it was far less than the week before. I hope our pretty active promotion of the WA can start getting more converts to the endorsement faith.
Total Regional Influence: 1,161,732 +66,809
A very healthy total influence gain again this week. We will certainly improve to 36th by the next edition of the Stats Report. It's always nice to see the consistent rise of this graph even as our other stats fluctuate week to week.
Total Regional WA Endorsements: 7,597 +397
And how about this for fluctuation! We were bound for below 7000 two weeks in a row but this week say a couple people put their foot down and go through that WA Members List to not only keep us above 7000 but move us solidly above 13th, our old home on the rankings. Of course this stat is our most vulnerable, particularly with how our WA membership has been gradually declining and leaving less inactive people that despite their inactivity are valuable as endorsement sponges. That said I salute the work of our endorsers this week, a fantastic job.
Endorsement Saturation: 25.83%
As always endorsement saturation is the total regional endorsements divided by the potential total endorsements if every WA member in the Union endorsed everyone. Those endorsers I just mentioned also boosted our saturation to nearly 26%, a fantastic number for a region this size. This over 2% gain also saw us climb up to 26th on endorsement saturation.
Current Average Endorsement Ranking: 7th
Current Average Influence Ranking: 1,575th
17.03 endorsements per nation
2,593.66 SPDR per nation
Our lovely endorsers got us back up above 17 endos for the time being and restored us to our 7th spot in the world. Meanwhile another week without any eventful departures sees our influence ranking keep climbing, up about 500 places since tracking of it began. As for the graph they are actually all the same regions as last week's edition. This is only important due to the region marked 34th having dropped over half their Delegate endorsements. This was due to a Delegate switch so it will be very interesting to see if that region can achieve their pre switch endorsement heights.
Thanks to some hard midweek work by certain Unionists the stats were pretty cheery this week. With new mass endorsers comes a need for more WA members for them to endorse so come on people join the WA!
To join the World Assembly if you have not yet done so simply navigate to the World Assembly and press the button Apply to Join. To officially join the WA you must access the email associated with your NationStates account and click the link in the email sent to you. Now you are in the World Assembly!
The easiest way to increase our region's influence now that you are in the World Assembly is to endorse our regional Delegate. The Delegate votes on resolutions with a vote worth all of their endorsements plus one. This is why it is so crucial to endorse your regional delegate. To endorse the Delegate, or anyone in the region for that matter, go to their nation page by clicking their nation name wherever you find it (such as right here Dome Artan). Now just scroll down to the bottom of their nation page where you will find an Endorse button, click this to endorse that nation.
Want to do even more? Telegram Dome Artan and ask for a list of your unendorsed nations after you've joined the World Assembly or just check out the list of WA nations and endorse from there. Endorsing everyone in the region improves our influence gain, improves our voting power in the WA and improves our average endorsement ranking.
Much thanks goes to August for allowing the usage of the bot generated graphs from Advanced Analytics as well as for creating the fantastic AugustinAndroid.