Ambivalent. After observing the issues caused by Pokemorphs and their presence in Kanto, Hoenn was initially wary and unfriendly towards morphs; but as few Pokemorphs ever made it to Hoenn, the Hoenn government never saw fit to pass any laws or regulations discriminating against Pokemorphs.
In more recent years, Hoenn has grown more ambivalent, affording indifference via distance of proximity to Pokemorphs. While Pokemorphs feature infrequently in popular media in Hoenn these days, they are a rare sight in person.
Similar to Kanto.
Negative. Kanto was passively hostile to Pokemorphs for several years, including forbidding morphs to even live on Kanto lands. Kanto and Johto are what is often meant when Pokemorphs (particularly First Gens) mention “the mainland”.
Neutral. After observing the issues caused by Pokemorphs and their presence in Kanto, Sinnoh was initially disinclined to offer amnesty to morphs; but as few Pokemorphs ever made it to Sinnoh, the Sinnoh government never saw fit to pass any laws or regulations discriminating against Pokemorphs.
Pokemorphs feature infrequently in popular media in Sinnoh these days, making public opinion more inclined to have a positive view towards morphs. Even so, Pokemorphs are a rare sight in person in Sinnoh.
Good. Team Rocket never achieved a foothold in Alola due to the influence of the Tapu. Despite significant cultural differences, these islands welcome their distant island neighbors. A number of Pokemorphs have and do travel to Alola for vacation, and some even stay there permanently, though the process of doing so is far from trivial. The red tape to become a citizen of Alola is slowly untangling as time goes on, but isn’t yet easy. Citizenship through marriage is possible and has been performed.
Unknown. There’s enough distance between Galar and Prism Island that Pokemorphs are regarded more as fictional, fairy-tale creatures than living creatures or people.
Generally positive thanks to the influence of local officials who once visited Prism, though there’s enough distance that overall the relationship is similar to Galar in practice.
Openly hostile to Pokemorphs, due to factions working fervently to cast public favor against them, and very little other influence.
Accepting, but reluctantly. Unovan Pokemorphs have not yet been forgotten, and while there’s no present fear of violence, the political turmoil caused by their presence generates unease in some.