Okay, what exactly does that mean?
Because getting equality above max (so far that it even goes beyond the screen) definitely does not grant it.
Crime-free Utopia - pretty obvious. I find that this one is the easiest to achieve, though it can actually be fairly difficult depending on the nation selected (in which case dilemmas are the key point to achieving it).
Powerhouse economy - less obvious, a bit harder, but certainly possible.
Technological leaders - expensive, but it gives you lots of money back, so easily worth it, although it might take some time to achieve, what with balancing all the other voters…
but I have never been able to get an egalitarian society. With the economy, it’s easy, there’s a measure and as you come closer, you can read it in the quarterly text. The crime-free utopia, again, there are two bars that must obviously be reduced to nought. Technology, there are policies directed at this!
But there’s no way of telling if equality is being reached or not, as I said earlier, the equality bar doesn’t tell you anything, so what does?
And environmental paradise… I’ve created a society with no cars, full air quality and a massive lifespan, and that’s not environmental?
Popular leader - if getting 100% of the votes doesn’t mean you’re a popular leader, I have no idea what does.
Perfect society - yes, I know, get max green in all. Pretty damn hard and I don’t need help on this one.
But please please! I need some hints for the three others I haven’t achieved yet!