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By 2014, that advantage still existed but was statistically meaningless: 47 percent Republican, 44 percent Democratic.
Michael Brown was, statistically, vastly more likely to be killed by a fellow black man than a single white one.
Producing a statistically informed answer to that question will take a long while.
The association was statistically significant and held up even when adjusted for age and other characteristics.
The only poll that shows support and opposition statistically tied is the most recent ABC/Washington Post poll.After Four Years and Millions of Sign-Ups, Obamacare Is Still Unpopular|Kristen Soltis Anderson|April 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Statistically numbers are supposed to prove, but actually numbers prove according to their uses.Criminal Psychology|Hans Gross
The matter is difficult to treat statistically, but surely there can be no doubt about it.The Unpopular Review Vol. I|Various
Let us show the reader statistically what that mind had performed in its time.Biography of Rev. Hosea Ballou|Maturin M. Ballou
It is more difficult to estimate statistically the broken health and hearts of the female water-carriers.Notes on Old Edinburgh|Isabella L. Bird
Considered physically and statistically, their movement was anything but an advantageous one.Journal of an African Cruiser|Horatio Bridge