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  1. I think @admin_270 explained before that 10 is like, godlike.
  2. Respectfully, I find European elections more interesting. There's simply more "gameability" due to the parliamentary system and it's more of a possibility to produce an uncertain outcome than it is to produce a Landslide either way. Plus, there are many European elections coming up sooner before 2024.
  3. hard disagree. European elections are more interesting at this point and 2024 is so far away that this would be ridiculous.
  4. tzmb

    Port

    C++ is still used in many places. the point about the mac OS is that it isn't worth catering the code base to brand new Mac OS being that the vast majority of people use windows. By the time you'll have fleshed out the port, there's a good chance that Apple will release something incompatible with it and you'll have to start over yet again. I understand why. I'm just saying that the game could be improved on as it was in "classic" version and very few people would complain about it not being compatible with whatever Apple is releasing this week.
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    Port

    I know admin is working on the new port right now to make the game more accessible, but like when are we gonna get Instant Runoff voting in President Infinity and voting blocs? I feel like porting the game to a new tool chain was a bit unnecessary and has resulted in the game, essentially being a work-in-progress for a year when there was a perfectly fine game to build upon. In trying to make the game more accessible and it really set the game back. The game didn't really need to be ported imo and I feel like the effort in getting the new port to function could have been used in improvi
  6. What happened to instant runoff voting?
  7. Alright. here's the, so-far, improved version of the 2016 race. Brought by yours truly. Constructive criticism is welcome. The primaries are done so far, Havent touched the general too much yet though. I keep the off-brand candidates off as to not create a weird outcome (like O'malley or Jindal winning Iowa). Overall, the polling is kept much closer to real life though. Updates: photos added. primary colors changed a bit to give a more distinctive look United States - 2016 TZMB.zip
  8. @Hestia11 @Conservative Elector 2 @The Blood two and a half hours left!
  9. Posted Wednesday at 06:06 PM National Polling on December 29th 2023: Democrats: Cuomo:37.8%(+2.2%) @PringlesN7 AOC: 37.6%(+3.8%) @Rodja Bennet:4.6%(+1.5%) @MishFox Undecided:20%(-1.4%) Iowa: AOC: 36.2% (-2.5) Cuomo: 35.2% (+0.5) Bennet: 9.3%(+1.7) Undecided: 19.3% (+1.3) New Hampshire: AOC: 43.5% (+3.8) Cuomo: 39.2% (+0.7) Bennet: 9.1% (+2.2) Undecided: 8.2% Nevada:
  10. Scott @Reagan04 was MIA on the campaign trail and lost some ground
  11. Democratic Primary: 7/10 good outside of iowa 6/10 a meh week for bennet 4/10 You had a pretty bad week that was salvaged by Booker's exit and endorsement of you. Republican Primary: 7/10 Not bad 7/10 a gaffe by your dad hurt you a bit in Iowa 9/10 an almost perfect week for you. 6/10 not the boost you needed but eh
  12. @PringlesN7 @MishFox @Reagan04 four hours left!
  13. January 8th, 2016 National: Hillary Clinton: 50.9% (-2.3) @BeetleJuice Bernie Sanders: 31.9% (+1.2) @Rodja Julian Castro: 3.0% (+1.5) @superezione Martin O'Malley: 1.5%(-1.5) @buenoboss Iowa: Hillary Clinton: 42.2% (-4.1) @BeetleJuice Bernie Sanders: 37.8% (+0.3) @Rodja Julian Castro: 7.6% (+3.9) @superezione Martin O'Malley: 3.9% (-2.1) @buenoboss New Hampshire: Bernie Sanders: 51.7% (+2.4) @Rodja Hillary Clinton: 44.7% (+1.7) @BeetleJuice Julian Castro: 3.5% (+3) @superezione Martin
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