- Apr 15, 2015
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You'll miss it every time. You started in with this:View attachment 425885We're referring to since cases have been on the rise again, maybe try following the thread from the beginning.Are you really that dense.No, other states per capita death rate like North and South Dakota are higher. Do you not understand per capita?As was already explained, dumbass, the total per capita number would make New York look worse. And would not tell the true story.Per capita puts numbers into context, no wonder it's those that believe every claim of voter fraud don't understand what to do with data.Per capita means dick.Were they? Per capita?Because on the day I looked at it, they were number nine on the list.Then why make the claim? Jesus Christ.World O Meters.Sure would like to see your source. Looks like you're wrong.Yesterday, they were number 17.
The day before (or the day before that) they were number 9.
They don't have an archived section for rankings.
Don't like it...fuck off.
An increase in death rate is happening all over the country. I don't think you know what you're talking about. Right now, New York is nowhere near top of the heap when comparing deaths per capita. Not saying that can't change in the future but right now that is not the case at all.1. There are lies, damn lies, and statistics.
2. You, like a good left winger, are so convinced you know what you are talking about and that your point of view is the only one that you don't listen. It's all over what you post on this board.
That's where not understanding the instantaneous value is where people like you fit the very malady you describe.
But that isn't published (i.e. deaths per million for the last two weeks.....all you get is an aggregate number).
So, while total deaths isn't a good measure compared to other states, if you assume your population is constant...then an increase in total deaths would naturally compute out to a higher instantaneous death "rate". And if total deaths for the country are relatively flat...but your states total deaths go up.....then there is a potential change.
Which is what happened to New York.
Sorry to have to explain this to you.....but being the dumbassed mofo that you are......
New York is ranked as number 2....got that...number 2.......for deaths per million on World O Meters. It is an aggregate number which isn't helpful on a short term or instantaneous basis.
Not going to miss this kind of stupidity at all.
New York is now back in the top 10 for daily deaths...they were way down
That's what we've been talking about. NY is not in the top 10 per capita, they aren't close. Now you're changing your argument because you lost.