I was reading through the ¨Where's everybody from¨ topic (it's closed now so I had to put this in a new one) and there were calls for someone to do a visual representation. I found the data pretty interesting, so fooled around on Adobe Illustrator and shaded in some (very, these are by no means beautiful) rough maps (the templates of which were easy enough to find).
- The darker the shading the more people.
- I'm very sure a lot of people were missed out, this is just data collected from that fanpost and what user names that I remembered. That's why the percentages are just a rough estimate.
- If people mentioned more than one country, I just used discretion (normally where you are now, unless it was just a very temporary thing like school, in which case I used origin)
- I tried to shade in complete countries (including island territories) which I now realize makes it look weird. As far as I know nobody in Greenland gives two shits about Liverpool.
- Estonia surprised me the most. (Not strange in a bad way, just very cool and kind of unexpected). It also has islands?
- I'm surprised there aren't more Latin Americans/Caribbean/South American users. I cheated slightly and put 'blanca as Chilean so we could have six continents, and I could have done the same for myself and Argentina but either way you'd think it would be more. Lots of people speak English and the Premiership is shown all the time.
- I couldn't decide where I should go so I left myself off entirely.
- All in all this was more diverse than I expected, you can't really tell from the threads unless someone brings up their nationality because everyone speaks excellent English. I took way more interest in this than I should have.
- There are too many Australians. It doesn't make sense.
- This is a rough breakdown of US Locations using the same principles as above. Blues and greens means nobody as far as I know, shades of red/pink mean some presence.
If anybody did this already and I just don't know then whoops.