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OK, I don't know exactly what you lot are talking about, but
just going from what's being said, I've seen some comments about percentages of population and others on percentages of taxpayers and others on the percentages of households. Please keep in mind that population numbers are different to those of residents, to those of citizens, to those of adults, to those of households, to those of workers, and to those of taxpayers. Sure, there are some overlaps and but none are subsets of others. I am NOT a US citizen, resident, householder, worker, or population, BUT I do pay US taxes because I use a publishing house in the USA to sell my books and they deduct US income tax from my royalties.