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"Just remember, if you give a hundred and ten per cent, I get twenty per cent of that."
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'Half of the numbers are accurate, that's why we're auditing the remaining 56%.'
"When I was married I was 100% of the time. I'm looking for something in the 60 to 70 range."
"I'm sorry, Paige, but grades are based on the quality of the writing, not on your Klout score."
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Man confusing man using statistics.
When statisticians argue.
Can't Do the Math/Won't Do the Math.
"Poll numbers remained unchanged today, as people used recent events to reinforce whatever views they already had."
Having conducted a survey of 32.4% of the 56.6% of tax experts about 43% of the budget we found an 87.6% probability that we haven't got the foggiest ideas of what it means.
Large, medium and small judges give their scores.
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Why Cows Leave Home
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'30% liked you, 34% liked your opponent, and 36% were sick of politics.'
'I like it!'
"As you know, Ed, my pockets are considerably deeper than yours. Therefore, in addition to my share I'll be needing a percentage of yours."
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'Ninety-nine percent of lawyers give the rest of us a bad name.'
"The body is eighty-two-per-cent broth."
'According to our research 56% of the 34% of people responded to the 48% of questionnaires sent out thought the statistics were meaningless.'
'Of students surveyed, 64% prefer English and 32% prefer math. The fact that these numbers do no add up to 100 may help explain why.'
"That's what I get for giving it 110%!"
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'I'll have 40 percent of what he's having.'
"It's called geometry, Mum."
Market research dept: '67% out to lunch.'
'17 of the 23 of the 456 people who returned 76 of the 12 questionnaires thought the statistics were meaningless.'