From today's China Post:
Almost everybody knows that the signing of the [services] trade agreement [between Taiwan and Communist China] is the right thing to do. [Emphasis added]
That would be true...if "almost everybody" was defined as "34% of everybody". From the Asia Times:
A survey of 1,008 Taiwan adults released in late July by Taiwan Indicators Survey Research found that 48% opposed signing the services trade pact [with Communist China], while 34% were in favor. [Emphasis added]
To the editors of the China Post: 34% << "Almost everybody".
I know math is hard, but you could at least try a little.