So since aggregate is what matters more to you you'd be okay with 50 out of 100 persons being on Welfare as apposed to 51 out of 1,000.<quoted text>
As a taxpayer, I couldn't care less about percentages. It's the aggregate amount that I am concerned about. 1% out of a group of 100 is 1. 1% out of a group of 1000 is 10. It is the latter that I am concerned about.
Right? After all, 50 is 1 less than 51.
It doesn't matter what the percentages are, it's the aggregate amount that matters to you, right?