What's the ideology behind the five Californian parties? How is the balance of power between Presidency and Cortes Generales in TTL California compared to OTL US?
How many inhabitants does California have compared to OTL? 106 congressmen seem very few.
How much power do departments and provinces have? Is there a municipal level below provinces?
Is voting compulsory in California?
That and Quebecois. I wonder if stronger assimilation policies or whatever gave a stronger Anglo influence, or the two tongues really standardized themselves in an attempt to keep unique.
Any particular reason why Acadian French is considered a separate language from European French?
Wait a second - when did Corsica become part of the Empire?
I think they were occupied when the Napoleonic pretender returned, IIRC.
I think they were actually taken after the Great Continental War.
Were they? The wikipedia article for France still showed Corsica as part of the metropole, and that was before the ITL Napoleonic fracas. The lack of a local flag and representation also suggests that this annexation is a recent development.
What's the difference, if any, between a Commonwealth and a Dominion?
It seems the British Empire still consists of a quarter of the globe. Does the German Empire still consist of a small sausage factory in Tanganyika?
Any reason why Jamaica has a lower population ITTL? Was there an equivalent to the Windrush generation?
I did notice that Cantonese is the second most common language in England, I assume this has a lot to do with Hong Kong being officially part of the UK and the presumptive freedom of travel between them, also I did notice that the Commonwealths get far more seats at the House of Delegates than the Dominions.