I did deliver in no time! Procrastinating from the things I should do makes me more efficient in useless things.
PLEASE, VOTE AND SHOUT!
Here are the results!
1. GOVERNMENT APPRECIATION
MUFC92 (The Psych0)
Average appreciation: 7.18/10 (1st graph)
Average update frequency appreciation: 3.96/5 (2nd graph)
Ministry of Defense
Average appreciation: 7.90/10 (1st graph)
Average update frequency appreciation: 3.93/5 (2nd graph)
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Average appreciation: 6.62/10 (1st graph)
Average update frequency appreciation: 3.40/5 (2nd graph)
Ministry of Community
Average appreciation: 6.66/10 (1st graph)
Average update frequency appreciation: 3.27/5 (2nd graph)
Ministry of Education
Average appreciation: 8.18/10 (1st graph)
Average update frequency appreciation: 4.03/5 (2nd graph)
Ministry of Finance
Average appreciation: 6.75/10 (1st graph)
Average update frequency appreciation: 2.90/5 (2nd graph)
The results shows that the most appreciated ministry work was the Ministry of Education. We can applaud Ian E Coleman and Abel Mcfinn for their greatly appreciated work last month!
2. CITIZENS INTERESTS
I'm happy to see the general favorite interest of our citizens is the community! (This may be biased considering the Survey was published in a community platform; the newspapers. But still, hey!)
Other political interest:
-To serve eIreland
-Creating a better community environment
Other economical interest:
-Being a rich c*nt
-To serve eIreland
-To help eIrish fair-wage citizens
Other military interest:
-To serve eIreland
Other community interest:
-To serve eIreland
-Helping average citizens with little or no voice amongst the decision makers in eireland
-Hanging out being a boss p much o/
3. POLITICAL PARTIES
-meh, to be fair all eIrish parties are sorta crap
-Offer muffins in a mug
The first graph shows the appreciation of the different alliances.
The second graph shows the wish to join or not the different alliances.
1. "I think we should implement a Leaders Questions into the political world of Ireland."
2. "Pick your leaders based on merit, and nothing else."
3. "Eire is in a pivotal moment. Things could change for the best or the worse."
4. "The Irish are very welcoming when it comes to new citizens! Thanks for making me feel like home "
5. "2 many scammers here"
6. "Long live and prosper eIreland!"
"I feel that our political parties are letting us down right now - there's too little focus on current issues, and far too much focus on strengthening factions and empty political gestures. Factions should fall or thrive on their ideas about how we should be dealing with current events - not on ""integrity"" (which is important but fatally illusive for its subjectivity).
The good news is, that there are many long serving citizens who do focus on ideas and current issues - but it happens in government and open circles. We should be thinking openly and cooperating at the ground level in politics - the way we do it right now is insulting to the average citizens intelligence and denies them an opportunity to fully participate and learn."
8. "Hail ILP "
"we need to make much more alliances with strong countryes and friendships...
military we are good looking
economical i think that we need lower tax...task is 18% and taks for other things is 10%....brate ludi ste "
10. "HAIL EIRE !"
"The most important issue Ireland is facing at the moment is that of picking an alliance suitable for the country and her needs.
It would seem to me, however, that the pressure to actually join an alliance is far too great, and I would like to let everyone know that there is not urgent need for Ireland to join any alliance what so ever.
Just because we're not formally in any alliance doesn't mean we can't have allies, it doesn't mean we can't have wars, it doesn't we have to be neutral on the world stage, all it means is that we are not formally committed to serving our allies, and nor are they to us.
Of course defending our allies, and them defending us, is a truly honourable thing, however, we shall absolutely not feel a need to push ourselves into an alliance just to feel safe. Making a rash and drastic decision on an issue like this when there is truly no option that our population is unified on may lead to huge setbacks in the future.
My personal opinion regarding the Irish foreign affairs situation has for a very long time been very highly respected due to my vast experience and understanding of the geopolitical situation, and if it was up to me, I would wait some more, try to build stronger relations around the world and see where that leads us.
Although I will only comment on Asgard in this post due to the governments' extremely strong bias towards the alliance, (which is absolutely repulsing) I am hoping to get an article out regarding the issue within the coming few days.
Asgard, to be honest, I do absolutely not see a future for Ireland in.
It is true that Asgard is an honourable and decent alliance, however, there is no future for Ireland in it.
My impression of the way Asgard is ran is not that of a democratic alliance in which all are treated respectably, and I have extremely low expectations for our voice to be heard equally in Asgard should we join the alliance.
Furthermore, it is poorly positioned geopolitically for us in the sense that they are near surrounded by enemies, enemies that have absolutely no intent on letting them go, enemies that would not hesitate to annihilate us.
There are strong rumours within the higher circles of the eRepublik communities of an ""annihilation of Asgard"", presumably by the alliance TWO, consisting of the UK, Poland, Serbia, Spain, Hungary and Slovenia.
Truth of the matter is, joining Asgard would not only cause unwanted hostilities around us, such as angering the UK and Poland, but also lock us up geographically, since the UK would not allow us passage for a war (since it most probably would mean we'd be fighting against their allies), and since we most probably would be annihilated in a war against TWO.
On top of that, it might also damage our relations with the USA, which is quite strongly anti-EDEN, while Asgard is strongly pro-EDEN and entirely reliant on EDEN, and I would even go as far as saying that it is a puppet of EDEN.
I do absolutely not see Asgard as an option for Ireland."
94% of voters love waffles.
Always there for the community,
Le Pigeon Noir
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