Over 99.9% of all statistics are made up on the spot, including the statistic that I just made up right now.
It's impossible to say how many statistics are made up on the spot, but as most people with access to the media (TV/the internet/etc.) instantly feel that they are endowed with *cough* reputable data, that make well over 1/2 the people in the world responsible for the creation and distribution of impromptu (ergo "bullsh*t") statistics.
Although it's impossible to collect accurate data on anything involving the word "all" (unless of course if you happen to be God, and I don't think even God would have the patience to aggregate all that data and update his memory banks in real-time!), I think it's safe to say that since far less than 0.1% of those who make statistics are actually statisticians, that over 99.9% of statistics are made up on the spot.
84.5% of all statistics are made up on the spot
78%, that percentage was the hard work of many hard working scientists in Israel On a side note did you know that 47% of statistics are made up on the spot
37% (but bear in mind 88% of statistics are made up on the spot)
There is a very large percentage of the world that has access to the internet. Statistics say up to 85 percent.
This is impossible to answer as it is unrealistic to get any accurate statistics for relationships.
about the size of 4 earths
43. But the interesting thing about statistics is that 98% of them are made up.
This statistic differs from goalie to goalie. You'll have to look up individual statistics.
42.7 percent of all statistics are made up on the spot.
Well 89% of statistics are made up on WikiAnswers.
Every object is made up 100% of atoms.
a storm made up of different gases
The percentage of people who are illiterate in California is 23. As for the United States, 22% are below the basic literacy prose. You can look up statistics for states and counties at the web site linked below.
No that was made up for the movie
One third of the earth's surface is made up of deserts.
its air dry made up of oxygen...
Up to one quarter of teens smoke cigarettes (a higher percentage among older teens than younger teens).