On October 18, 2022 The Hologram launched its first community survey.

Our goal with the survey was to get a sense of where the Star Atlas community lives, works and plays.  In an interview with Coindesk on October 6, Star Atlas CEO Michael Wagner stated (at about 5 minutes in) that Star Atlas has a “truly distributed” global audience and cited Brazil, Turkey, Middle East, SE Asia and the U.S. as its largest countries/regions. In our survey we identified Europe (46.6%), North America (25.56%)  and South America (13%) as the top regions. In terms of individual countries, most of the respondents listed the U.S. (~20%) followed by France (~12%) and Spain (11%) as their home countries.

Our survey consisted of 224 respondents and was distributed multiple times on Twitter over a period of several weeks. Given the small sample size, we can’t say with any certainly whether these results are truly representative. However, we do think it may represent a decent snapshot of the most “active” players in Star Atlas at the moment.

Here are the percentages by region.

– Europe: 46.4%
– North America: 25.56%
– South America: 13%
– Asia: 5.83%
– Oceania: 4.48%
– Central America: 2.24%
– Carribean: 1.79%
– Africa: 0.45%

Top countries: Not everyone listed their home country but out of the 186 that did, these were the most popular:

– United States: 19.89%
– France: 11.83%
– Spain: 10.75%
– Brazil: 6.99%

List of countries: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Curacao, Denmark, Dominican Republic, France, French Polynesia, Germany, Guam, Hungary, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Korea, Latvia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Macedonia, Panama, Peru, Philippines, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Romania, Russia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, United States, Venezuela.

It would be interesting to compare the results of this survey with those of Star Atlas as they have done multiple surveys. The Hologram did reach out to some of the larger regional agnostic guilds and our results are largely in line with theirs.

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