Timtom Posted December 3, 2017 Share Posted December 3, 2017 Hi all, I'm in a bit of a delimma and thought to get some advice from here. I will write the post in dot point form to make it easier to explain. I'm doing a paper on Media analysis paper of newspapers coverage during USA presidential campaign. I have 4 main groups (issues) that I seek to investigate where the data will fit. Each article could talk about more than 1 of these issues (1 article can be placed under multiple groups) I have analyzed 200 individual articles. However due the he point above the totals of all groups add up to 250. so therefore, I would say "40% of articles talked about issue 1, 30% issue 2 , 40% issue 3..., 15% issue 4" However, In the table provided when the percentage of each group (issue) would obviously total greater than 100% (total 125%) Is that fine? given that context would it be deemed ok to have percentage greater than 100? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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