Is 5.6 percent a low figure, or a high one? Depends. If only 5.6 percent of hamburgers are discovered to contain meat, that's way low. But if 5.6 percent of teachers are using their students as drug mules in elaborate Asian heroin importing schemes, that's sort of high.
We're comparing apples and oranges here. Or junkies and burgers. What if we compare similar or identical figures on the same subject, and from the same source?
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