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“In the 2006 Faith Matters survey the correlation between religiosity and ideological self-placement on a 5-point liberal–conservative scale is .29 among nonswitchers and .42 among switchers.”
“The unnamed student reportedly ranked the girls on a 10-point scale based on facial features, a 5-point ranking for various body parts and a ranking of whether their "stock" is up or down, according to the Chicago Sun-Times.”
“Would any of the conservatives on the high court pass this 5-point test?”
“The five-year hybrid adjustable rate mortgages required a 0.6-point payment, while one-year adjustable-rate mortgages required a 0.5-point payment.”
“According to the awesome VegasInsider.com schedule breakdown, Maryland is actually 15-4 as a favorite, and 1-6 as an underdog, the one win coming when the Terps were a 1.5-point underdog against Penn State.”
“Memorably, the radios came in handy the evening my nephew, Brandon, downed a 5-point bull and didn't make it to our backpack camp until midnight.”
“An entire audio-visual system with an HD video projector and 5-point audio system that includes drivers mounted beneath the mattress — hook up an iPod, watch cable TV or DVDs or stream media online.”
“But in the poorer countries, for every one-point increase in national satisfaction there was an associated 0.5-point increase in personal well-being.”
“He told reporters here that the central bank could have reduced rates by 0.25 percentage point now and a further 0.25 percentage point at its next meeting in March, but it went for a 0.5-point cut now as a "precaution.”
“(The Real Clear Politics average of polling in the contest gives Kasich a 5-point edge.)”
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