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Demographics of Mustelaria

Subdivisions of Mustelaria

The demographics of Mustelaria include linguistics, where zonal constructed language named Neo-Mustelarian, which is de jure the official Lingua franca, Zhoushi, which is the Lingua franca in Zhousheng and Belgorian, which is the Lingua franca in Monte Blanco.

Many local minority languages are also in official use on local level and are recognized as official languages of their respective areas

Language distribution

Mustelaria officially recognizes 13 nationalities as a "national nationalities", which are officially not a minority, but are recognized as a nationalities, which have somewhere in Mustelaria an area, where they are a majority or plurality.[1] Those nationalities are defined as "...being either more than 15 million people spread across Mustelaria or being more than half a million inhabitants localized in a certain area, where they have to be a plurality, or where there is their homeland and their ethnicity has the biggest concentration in Anteria...", however, nationalities are "...defined by people themselves and are not associated to a language, but the a internal feeling of each individual...", so the national identity is tied to a feeling rather than to a cultural or linguistic base, although people are encouraged by official documents to consider the language they speak.

Languages of Mustelaria
OfficialNeo-Mustelarian (Z.C.L.)
Zhoushi (Zhousheng)
Belgorian (Monte Blanco)
RegionalAschari, Borelian, Gradi, Gorgavian, Karaalan, Louzen, Neuew, Phnom, Preimeai, Slovanic, Storvani, Ulevan, Velpan, Tghok
MinorityGadori, Arasatian, Bakyernian, Qazhshavan, Kental, Scouse
ForeignCommon (83%)
Gadori (56%)
Neuew (32%)
Preimeai (21%)
Kental (17%)
Qazhshavan (11%)
Scouse (4%)
SignedPolyashi Sign Language
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Ethnic distribution of Mustelaria
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Graph of the distribution:

Native language in Mustelaria

  Zhoushi (42%)
  Belgorian (37.3%)
  Slovanic (6.4%)
  Karaalani (6.1%)
  Prei-Phnom (3%)
  Gradi (2%)
  Gorgavian (1.3%)
  Louzen (0.6%)
  Arasatian (0.2%)
  Velpan (0.2%)
  Ulevan (0.2%)
  Aschari (0.1%)
  Borelian (0.1%)
  Other languages (0.5%)
Color Nationality Language family Population (in Mustelaria)
Zhoushi (Bogmian, Zhengian) Slavic 121 Million
Belgorian 108 Million
Slovanic 19 Million
Karaalani 18 Million
Gorgavian 4 Million
Louzen (Haldenian) 2 Million
Arasatian 1 Million
Velpan 1 Million
Ulevan 1 Million
Storvani 0.5 Million
Zaprei Prei-Phnom 9 Million[2]
Preimeai
Phná
Aschari 0.7 Million
Gradi Germanic 6 Million
Borelian Bornese 0.6 Million
Tghok Mokhaic 0.5 Million
Neuew, Agarn Sivuk 0.5 Million

Religious distribution

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Religious distribution of Mustelaria (Irreligion is not shown on the map)
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Graph of the distribution:

Belief in Mustelaria

  Kaȝinism (19.7%)
  Kammism (17.6%)
  Blanqoise Church (13.9%)
  Catholicism (10.9%)
  Protestantism (7.7%)
  Orthodoxy (6%)
  Gorgavian faith (2.1%)
  Boto Faith (0.2%)
  Tghok faith (0.2%)
  Connection faiths (0.2%)
Color Religion Group Population (in Mustelaria)
Kaȝinism Christianity 65 Million
Blanqoise Church 50 Million
Catholicism 31 Million
Protestantism 22 Million
Orthodoxy 17 Million
Kammism 56 Million
Gorgavian faith Local faiths 6 Million
Boto faith 0.6 Million
Tghok faith 0.4 Million
Connection faiths (No majority area) 0.5 Million

Development of population

Historical populations
YearPop.±%
1690 50,000,000—    
1710 57,000,000+14.0%
1730 64,000,000+12.3%
1750 69,000,000+7.8%
1770 76,000,000+10.1%
1790 84,000,000+10.5%
18101 95,000,000+13.1%
1830 113,000,000+18.9%
1850 127,000,000+12.4%
18702 145,000,000+14.2%
1890 167,400,000+15.4%
1910 181,680,000+8.5%
YearPop.±%
1914 192,500,000+6.0%
1924 201,680,000+4.8%
19353 226,189,000+12.2%
19454 205,145,000−9.3%
1955 216,518,000+5.5%
1965 228,650,000+5.6%
19755 231,465,000+1.2%
1984 239,566,000+3.5%
1994 242,653,000+1.3%
2004 248,641,000+2.5%
20146 253,884,000+2.1%
20217 241,571,000−4.8%
1 First ever official nation-wide census
2 First immigrational wave due to the breakup of the Empire of Three Kings
3 Second immigrational wave, from Qazhshava
4 Dip due to the War of the Council
5 Third immigrational wave, from Prei Meas
6 Immigrational wave from occupied Velharia
7 Estimate for present

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  1. Ulevans are given their position as they are a notable plurality in many Slovanic areas and their numbers are probably higher as they mostly identify themselves as Ulevan-speaking Slovans. Neuews are given the status based on a treaty with Neuewland, which gave Storvan to Zhousheng
  2. Laws set by the autonomous constitution of the Zaprei Autonomy prohibits division of the Prei-Phnom nationalities on census ballots into Zaprei, Preimeai and Phná, as that could bias autonomous leaders. It is generally expected, that the biggest representation is Zaprei with the second biggest being Phná