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How big is the space faring population in Star Wars? [duplicate]

In Star Wars, like in star trek, planets tend to have only one climate zone and only one location, where you can find all people you are looking for, just by knowing they are on this planet. And all ...
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How was construction of the Death Star(s) kept secret?

According to various sources there were over 2,379,000 people on board the original Death Star when it exploded. On top of that it's said that it took 19+ years to build and millions of people worked ...
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Wouldn't creating millions or billions of clones for the Republic's armies create enormous and weird disturbances in the Force?

In A New Hope, Kenobi could feel the sudden deaths of the population of Alderaan, and in Empire Strikes Back, both the Emperor and Vader could feel Luke's Force awakening, referring to it as "a great ...
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Why was Naboo important enough to have a seat in the Senate?

There were on the order of 1000 senators in the senate. It seems the Star Wars galaxy was incredibly vast with millions of systems. In light of this, it seems a bit strange that Naboo would have a ...
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How does Coruscant get food?

Coruscant is entirely covered by a city, thus there isn't any land for farms (or if there are some farms, there wouldn't be much space for them). How does this planet with a population of billions get ...
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What is the most widespread/numerous alien species in Star Wars (other than Human?)

I've been looking for an answer to this for years. Other than humans, what intelligent/sentient alien species are the most widespread/numerous/prevalent in the Republic and Empire? Twi'leks? Gran?...
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If Life creates the Force, then wouldn't the Death Star reduce the Emperor's Force powers?

In The Empire Strikes Back, Yoda tells Luke that "Life creates [the Force], makes it grow". If that's the case, then wouldn't building Death Stars, whose sole purpose was to annihilate whole worlds (...
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Why are humans the most populous race in the galaxy?

This answer states that 42.6% of all beings in the galaxy are humans - a staggering percentage, considering that the runner-up, the Twi'leks, constitute only about 3%. This is an astounding ...
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How was the design and creation of the clones' Starcraft and equipment commisioned and kept hidden?

While the commission, funding, and creation of the clone army is covered extensively in the Clone Wars series, its never really explained how the clone's Star Craft and other equipment is designed, ...
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What's the ratio of Force users to normal humans?

At the time of Attack of the Clones, there are about 10,000 Jedi in the galaxy. We also know of a few living Sith/Dark Side users and Force-sensitives. Is this number representative of the Force users ...
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Are there any statistics for the demographics of the Star Wars universe?

Since there are thousands of species across the Star Wars universe, is there any statistic (fan-made or canon) about its demographics (per system/planet/globally)?