For the most part they are stable. I can do a quick run down:How stable are the new world Prussian Countries? I know that California is basically South Africa (But with Native Americans) but what of the others?
Texas is the smallest of the "mainland" nations and is also the most stable. Democracy is a pretty big deal in Texas. Even though one of the major reasons the New World declared independence was the illegalization of the slave trade, Texas was one of the first to go back and ban it again. Since Texas always had a large French Frandist population (the capital is called Normanton for a reason), its constitution is filled with pretty liberal things, even for 200 years later.
Next is Cuba, which owes its stability to its small size and pretty homogeneous population. Its second "war" for independence was a lot lower profile than the first and they were able to build off the Texan model. Cuba and Texas are very close. They have a relation not unlike that between the US and Canada of our own time line. They often act together when they can.
Yucatan is next, also because it is racial make up. It had no issue with the independence -> union -> independence transition because it was autonomous in between. It left because Mexico and New Prussia had such a big issue figuring out their own relationship. It was definitely a "spare tire" in that Union.
Mexico is fourth. The population is no-where near as homogeneous as Cuba (which is almost entirely white) or even Texas (which is 90/10 white/native). It sits at around (60% white and 40% native). Most of the major cities are multicultural, there was no big deal with segregation (like in California) because they had been mixing and living next to each other since the 1500s. Both groups played a major role in independence. New Prussia refers to the southern part of Mexico which is mostly white.
Fifth is Jamaica which is one of two that are not majority white (the other being California) and is about (80% native and 20% white). It is probably one of the poorest of the colonies as well. However, there isn't much division in wealth. This was because as a colony Jamaica's lands were mostly owned by people who lived on Cuba. So when Cuba seceded and won its independence, the owners had already dealt with the loss of their lands. When Jamaica was finally freed in 1840, there wasn't much of a "ruling" or elite class. Prussian governors from the inter-freedom period left and returned to Prussia in 1840.
Sixth is Haiti, which is almost split 50/50, though that won't last long (it will soon be native majority). It has major issues with division of wealth as well as sitting in prime hurricane territory. It is probably the most "rebellious" of the group, often distancing itself from the other politically and diplomatically. It used to have a good relationship with California but that has since chanced.
Despite everything, California is not last. Partially because it is so homogeneous (80% native, 20% white). The wealth is still mostly in the hands of the whites, but that has been changing slowly as the government tries to make work and education more accessible to everyone. Most whites who had a problem with the new government left, most ending up in Mexico but many actually returned to Carpathia and Prussia.
Last is the Antilles, which have only become a democracy in 1987. Before that they had issues with civil war and military dictators. The wealth divide is very, very in favor of the whites, who are about 70% of the population and control almost 95% of the wealth. Part of the problem is that under previous administrations each island was essentially an autonomous republic. But recently they have tried to centralize. For the natives they feel this means submitting to the whites and for the whites they feel this means giving handouts to the natives. Generally it is assumed that another civil war is not far away.
Texas: 73% White / 9% Native / 13% Mixed / 5% Declined to Answer
Mexico: 47% White/ 45% Native / 6% Mixed / 2% Declined to Answer
Yucatan: 81% White / 6% Native / 11% Mixed / 2% Declined to Answer
Cuba: 94% White / 1% Native / 5% Mixed / >1% Declined to Answer
Haiti: 37% White / 49% Native / 13% Mixed / 1% Declined to Answer
Jamaica: 7% White / 84% Native / 3% Mixed / 6% Declined to Answer
Antilles**: 51% White / 35% Native / 14% Mixed
California**: 17% White / 79% Native / 4% Mixed
* Circa 2024, "Mixed" is generally considered "white" for the purposes of the law.
**The Antilles and California require citizens to state a race, thus there is no column for declined to answer.
There is a big leap from Mexico to Jamaica and again from California to the Antilles. For a general comparison think of it this way:
From Texas to Mexico we are talking first-world stability: these are large, functioning democracies with huge economies.
California, Haiti and Jamaica are second-world countries: large economies and new or slightly corrupt democracies. You can vacation here in safety.
On the Antilles varies. On white islands, you might as well be in Cuba or Texas, on native islands you'd more or less be in a tropical Gaza. Tread carefully.
For those who are late there is a map on the last post of the previous page. Check it out.