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Not moving the goalposts, simply showing the 3% number is BS.  Simple math:

1.8 million visitors, 334,000 abortions, or about 20%

The 3% number is fine and accurate; you just don't like it.

Again, the metric we're talking about is % of total services rendered - 11,400,000 - not the number of people treated.

Your stat only shows estimated number of abortions performed per capita.

Either way, it's wrong.  PP estimates 3,000,000 people served, so your stat would mean 11% per cap maximum.

The fact is that not every PP clinic performs abortions, so 100% of visitors to a single clinic would mean a 0% per capita abortion rate.

The 3% number doesn't tell you anything useful, on purpose.

The FACT, by Planned Parenthood's own numbers, that 20% of the people who go there get an abortion.

that's the number you just don't like.

NO.  Again, you're just wrong, and again, you don't pay attention.

PP's numbers state they serve over 3,000,000 people, so 330k abortions is only 11%.

3 million world wide.  Abortion number u.s.

Butit you are arguing past the point.  The 3% number was chosen to make PP look not so bad.  It is BS.  They are an abortion mill responsible for about 25% of the abortions in this country.

Well..even in your faux scenario..that means hospitals and private doctors are responsible for 75% of all abortions in this country...so is the solution to shut them down as well?

Skeeter obviously doesn't know much about calculating statistics or about data analysis. The 3% is the a comparison of services. It is really the only objective way to quantify the percentage. It's unfortunate that you don't like the answer..but it doesn't change the fact that it is the most accurate anaylsis. You can't compare # of services to # of people.

BTW...mammograms are not the only form of cancer screening..in fact you can argue that it's not a screening at all..but a diagnostic test. Screenings for all manner of cancers which can affect a woman are usually done in the dr's office of clinic..and I would hope you don't need me to describe  those things to you.