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@MLD Not every chart has to outline exactly how every number was derived.

Depends on how extraordinary the claims are, and if otherwise the data might be misinterpreted. Fail on both in this instance.

All that was necessary here was another row showing the number of residents of institutions that were to be subtracted from the total population.

Regarding snark: you are correct, that was over the top, and I am sorry for that.

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