NationStates Jolt Archive


Population growth

Lovana
22-05-2004, 20:10
How can country┬┤s population grow? Please help... TNX!
Goobergunchia
22-05-2004, 20:16
National populations grow at a steady rate over time - you'll get a few million people each day.
Romanum Imperium
22-05-2004, 21:55
So, there's no way we can speed it up because of our choices in answering the issues? I mean, if there's an issue about raising the workers' pay, they will probably live longer and healthier and the overall birthrate will rise and the death rate will drop, all causing population figures to rise. Just an idea ...
Myrth
22-05-2004, 22:09
So, there's no way we can speed it up because of our choices in answering the issues? I mean, if there's an issue about raising the workers' pay, they will probably live longer and healthier and the overall birthrate will rise and the death rate will drop, all causing population figures to rise. Just an idea ...

Nope, issues don't affect your population. 'Tis all random.


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Spoffin
22-05-2004, 23:09
Nope, issues don't affect your population. 'Tis all preprogrammed.
Neo England
23-05-2004, 02:28
the larger your nation, the more population you'll get eachtime, you should start noticing it soon :)
New Andmerica
23-05-2004, 07:12
I noticed once though i had a nation that was 4 weeks younger than another, but had 10 million more people. One was a dictatorship and the other a free land
The Most Glorious Hack
23-05-2004, 07:39
I noticed once though i had a nation that was 4 weeks younger than another, but had 10 million more people. One was a dictatorship and the other a free land

Since nations' population growth is somewhere between 4-10 million per day, you will see variences. I have three nations, all created within 20 minutes of each other, which have grown to have close to a 50 million gap between the largest and the smallest.

Trust is, issues choices, government style, number of issues, etc. have no more affect on your population growth than what Zqqrwn the Man From Pluto had for lunch.
Romanum Imperium
23-05-2004, 15:05
So, there's no way we can speed it up because of our choices in answering the issues? I mean, if there's an issue about raising the workers' pay, they will probably live longer and healthier and the overall birthrate will rise and the death rate will drop, all causing population figures to rise. Just an idea ...

Nope, issues don't affect your population. 'Tis all random.


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Myrth
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New Andmerica
23-05-2004, 16:51
So that also means that issues don't really affect you tax either. Because i noticed that the bottom paragraph(issues paragraph) said my guys were enjoying a tax cut but it was 2% higher than the day before
Incorporated Aartrijke
23-05-2004, 17:01
So that also means that issues don't really affect you tax either. Because i noticed that the bottom paragraph(issues paragraph) said my guys were enjoying a tax cut but it was 2% higher than the day before
Yes, they do.
Issues certainly effect your taxes!
New Andmerica
23-05-2004, 17:03
? How come it never happened to me. i had a super conservative and peaceful nation once(hopefully being reactivated) and it always had a tax up in the 60-70