14M: Movement and Migration How does the average person get around? To where are people moving?How do goods and ideas move around the culture?What type of migration patterns are there? Are people coming in (Pull factors) or leaving (push factors)?
15N: National PrideWhat people, places, and things spark feelings of loyalty and patriotism?
16O: OrganizationsWhat are the most important organizations in this society?To which international organizations does the nation belong? (UN, NATO, EU, OPEC, etc.)
17P: PopulationWhat are the largest groups - age, sex, religion, language, ethnic group? Who is in the minority?
18Q: Quality of Life Rate the average person's health and happiness. Includes birth and death rates, life expectancy, and medical care.
19R: Religion What beliefs and values do people hold? What are the traditional holidays, festivals, and ceremonies?
20S: Schools Who attends school, and for how long? Are there colleges and universities available to train for professional fields?What is the literacy rate?
21T: TaboosWhat behaviors are considered to be totally unacceptable?
22U: Urban or RuralDo most people live in the city or the countryside? What does the typical community look like?
23V: Vacation and Recreation How do people in this culture have fun?
24W: Weather / ClimateWhat is the climate sub-region and a description of the climate?How does the climate affect the housing, food, appearance, and recreation of the culture?
25X: Xeriscope What kind of vegetation is in the region? What is the formal vegetation region?
26Y: Yearly Income Average income of a person or family (per capita) On what items do most people spend their money?
27Z: ZoologyWhat kind of animals are native to the area?