Updating figure numbers in word

Abortions-per-patient Another more honest statistic would be abortions-per-patient.

If a patient goes to PP and gets an abortion, it doesn’t matter to a pro-life person that she got an STD test too.

This would leave me with charts like these: Again, if I had an interest in promoting my faithfulness, I could tell the story by saying, “97 percent of sexual activity in my marriage was faithful.” Telling the story that way wouldn’t make me less of a pig, and I can promise you that Ileana would think the first chart tells the story a lot better than the second two.

These are different ways of presenting the same data.

This pie chart would look like this: Ninety-five percent of services related to pregnancy provided by PP were abortions.[7] 348,217 women received pregnancy related services at PP in 2013. Regardless of what their literature says about three percent, PP has a very clear way they deal with unwanted pregnancy: Abortion.

Conclusion Even though PP literature likes to say that abortion is peripheral to its mission, abortion is central.

I want to know how likely a person going into PP is to get an abortion.

That is the way to know how central abortion is to PP operations.

According to the footnotes of that pie chart, PP had 2.7 million patients in 2013.[4] As noted earlier, PP performed 327,653 abortions.

If we put those numbers on a pie chart, it looks more like this: Twelve percent of PP patients receive abortions.[5] One out of every eight people that go into PP receives an abortion.

There are three, reported ‘services’ that PP provides to pregnant women: Adoption referrals, pre-natal services, and abortions.

According to their accounting, PP performed 1,800 adoption referrals and 18,684 pre-natal services in 2013. This means, out of 348,217 services that PP provided to pregnant women, 327,653 were abortions.

This is the picture my wife Ileana would have of my behavior.

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