It's been fun going over polls for Returning Civs, Brand New Civs, etc. While I'm not overly familiar with the popular choices enough to confidently do a poll, I figured I'd start by finding out which city-states would be the most desired. I'd definitely recommend checking out the ultimate city-state wishlist by @Guandao . Here are my top choices: Lhasa: Tibet would definitely be a top tier choice for a civ if it weren't for the Chinese sensitivity of the subject so I'll settle for at least their capital being a city-state. It would certainly have a religious focus. Acoma Pueblo / Other Puebloan Site: I'm a fan of the Cahokia city-state for both it's great bonus and for representing what would've been a mandatory civ if we knew more. Until we know for sure if one of the Puebloan groups can be a civ, I'd want an industrial Puebloan city-state. The sky city would be a good choice. Tuktoyaktuk: I highly doubt we'll get an Inuit civ but I would like some form of Inuit representation. Since they didn't have cities, a modern city like Nuuk or Iqaluit would be a reasonable choice. However, I'd choose Tuktoyaktuk because, while it is also a modern city, it was a historically used site by the natives to transport supplies as well as hunt caribou and beluga whales. For that reason I'd see it as trade focused and as a northern counterpart to Zanzibar. Soxtonoxmu: As much as I like them, I don't think a native Californian civ is very likely so I'd for a Chumash city to be a city-state. Soxtonoxmu is the city that Rafael Solares lived in and he's the guy who sold Chumash artifacts to museums in order to preserve Chumash culture. Soxtonoxmu could be a cultural or trade city-state. Marajo: Another option that could've been an easy shoo-in if we knew more about them. As the wishlist says, it could be a cultural city-state that gains extra culture from relics and artifacts. Timna: The capital of the Qataban kingdom of pre-Islamic Arabia. It would most likely be a trade city-state that provides Myrrh and Frankincense luxury resources. So those are my choices, I'd like to hear what yours are!