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MJS

Picking nits...

Shouldn't the 2nd sentence contain the phrase "20% of voters HAVE at least one tattoo"?

Saying "20% has" is an awkward construction to say the least and may be incorrect.

I know in my day that would have got some serious red pen.

M

Kaiser

MJS: No problem.. it's fixed.

Ken

Apparently 95% of people who answer polls agree that polls are worthwhile.

Berry Boessenkool

37.4% of statistical results are arbitrarily made up

;-)

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