Say you hear a noise and you go outside to check it out. You find someone prowling around your house. I wonder what the percentages say about how many times they run away and how many times they attack you and cause you injury. I would be willing to bet that at least 75% of the time the confrontation results with the suspect fleeing.
I ask again, where is the same reasoning of "you should listen to the stats" that was the argument in the other threads?
***Of course, the 75% stated above is not based on a scientific study...but that's not the point. It's close enough (or maybe even a little low).***