The percentages given on the results page at biodiversity.wwviews.org are calculated in the following way: Where more than one meeting has taken place in a country, equal weight is given to the results from each meeting, regardless of the number of participants when calculating the country percentages. The same
principle applies to group categories, such as regions, developed/developing countries and the world total.
The votes from each country are given equal weight when calculating the average percentages. At the online result page, comparisons are available between different WWViews meetings, countries, regions and other groupings. The total number of votes is listed for each answering option, and also available here, is a break out of young and adult votes. In total, there were 839 participants between 16 and 24 years of age and 2,165 participants aged 25 or older.
The 34 citizen meetings are grouped into countries (25), regions and other groups of countries that can be compared which each other. Regions and country groups are based on the categories used by the United Nations Statistics Division (August 2012).
Africa (6 meetings / 6 countries):
Cameroon, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda, Zambia
Asia (12 meetings / 9 countries):
China, India – Ahmedabad, India – Bhubaneswar, India – Chennai, India – Delhi, Indonesia, Japan, Maldives, Nepal, Palestinian Territory, Philippines, Vietnam
Central America and the Caribbean (3 meetings/ 3 countries):
Dominican Republic, Saint Lucia, St. Vincent & the Grenadines
Europe (4 meetings / 3 countries):
Denmark, France – Region La reunion, France – Region Nord pas de Calais, Germany
Latin America (2 meetings / 2 countries):
Northern America (7 meetings / 2 countries):
Canada – Calgary/Alberta, Canada – Greater Montréal Area/Quebec, Canada – Greater Toronto Area, USA – Boston, USA – Denver/ Colorado, USA – Phoenix/Arizona, USA – Washington DC
Developed Countries (12 meetings / 6 countries):
Canada – Calgary/Alberta, Canada – Greater Montréal Area/ Quebec , Canada – Greater Toronto Area, Denmark, France – Region La reunion, France – Region Nord pas de Calais, Germany, Japan, USA – Boston, USA – Denver/Colorado, USA – Phoenix/Arizona, USA – Washington DC
Developing Countries (22 meetings / 19 countries):
Bolivia, Brazil, Cameroon, China, Dominican Republic, India – Ahmedabad, India – Bhubaneswar India – Chennai, India – Delhi, Indonesia, Maldives, Nepal, Nigeria, Palestinian Territory, Philippines, Saint Lucia, South Africa, St. Vincent & the Grenadines, Uganda, Vietnam, Zambia
Least developed countries (4 meetings / 4 countries):
Democratic Republic of the Congo, Nepal, Uganda, Zambia
Small Island Developing States (4 meetings / 4 countries):
Dominican Republic, Maldives, Saint Lucia, St. Vincent & the Grenadines
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