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Just curious, Politics.StackExchange is a couple of years old, so why still in beta or that the name of the forum?

Can a moderator explain this to me?

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The current de-facto criteria is "When a site starts to consistently receive 10 questions/day, we’ll consider it for graduation".

Thus far, the Politics site usually has about 6 to 8 questions/day on average, although it does hit 10 sometimes due to various political events which prompt a lot of questions.

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    It's a sobering thought that this site might end up graduating thanks to Trump, in that his Twitter rants are attracting (usually left wing) snowflakes and (usually alt-right) trolls to this site. – Denis de Bernardy Oct 11 '17 at 20:45
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    He's also made late night comedy great again so I guess that's another positive. – Noah4343 Oct 11 '17 at 21:49
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It's not attracting enough questions (or answers) to graduate to a full site yet - but it's quite close:

http://area51.stackexchange.com/proposals/25906/politics

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