Examples of statistic in a Sentence
One statistic that stuck out is that 40 percent of those surveyed did not have college degrees.
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While the Goldman analysis focuses on the labor market split, Dalio pointed out that aggregate statistics mask a division in labor, retirement savings, health care and wealth building.
That statistic has not changed since 1946, so we are given one view.
But some of the league’s best wideouts are falling below average in the statistic.
To understand how far Detroit has fallen, consider the statistics.
After federal statistics revealed that 2015 was the single deadliest year in the opioid crisis, claiming more than 33,000 lives, on the campaign trail, Trump repeatedly echoed his desire to help these families.
Now, many have argued (including myself) that the headline economic statistics overstate the economy’s true strength.
Just consider this statistic: On that Kaepernick stat: 144 quarterbacks have thrown 200+ passes in year turned 29. 143 on NFL roster when turned 30.
Ohio State 7, Nebraska 0 (Q1, 10:47): Probably not the statistic Nebraska fans want to hear, but the Huskers have now given up touchdown drives of 96, 93 and 85 yards in the past three quarters.
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