That depends on what type of hemorrhagic stroke
you're talking about. Most people walking around right now have or had some type of hemorrhage in their brains. When ever someone has had a hard enough hit in the head (standing up and bumping their head on something) there will be bleeding. If the hemorrhage is chronic (happens over a long period of time) it could take years for the effects to be seen if at all. If the hemorrhage is acute (a vessel ruptures), then there is a high chance that they will die unless they are in a medical facility at the time.