|Nationals (nominal)||68 (as of 5 November 2013)|
|Indigenous¹ nationals||3 (4.41%)|
|Diaxenospitian² (cosmopolitan)||37 (54.41%)|
|English speakers³||61 (89.71%)|
|Italian speakers³||11 (16.18%)|
|French speakers³||8 (11.76%)|
|German speakers³||4 (5.88%)|
|Portuguese speakers³||1 (1.47%)|
|Russian speakers³||1 (1.47%)|
|Swedish speakers³||1 (1.47%)|
|Dutch speakers³||1 (1.47%)|
|Spanish speakers³||3 (4.41%)|
|Arabic speakers³||2 (2.94%)|
|Tamazight speakers³||1 (1.47%)|
|Japanese speakers³||1 (1.47%)|
|¹ Indigenous means part of the Archimedes [Ryamecah] and/or Hernici tribes, the two UMMOA government approved tribes. The members of the Archimedes tribe are strictly Winnecomaqian [North American], and the members of the Hernici tribe are strictly European. The Governor of the UMMOA and his mother are part of the Archimedes and Hernici tribes, while one of the Governor's nieces is part of the Archimedes tribe only.
² A diaxenospitia is a globally-distributed village or burgh. The UMMOA has one diaxenospitia, the Fifth World Community (5WC). A diaxenospitian is thus very cosmopolitan or worldly by disposition, while regular urban dwellers are not necessarily so.
³ Language use is based on dominant or active usage. Some assumptions have been made, so figures are only estimates. Many Ummoagians are bilingual or multilingual.