Numbers analysis: drunk driving in Lee County, Florida

News-press.com's article about a sobriety-check in Lee County, Florida, utilizes many numbers.

This article summarizes a brief sobriety-check study's results for an 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. shift and clearly lists that the sources are three police departments.

The article has only two full sentences: the lead and the conclusion.

Its numbers are overwhelming but are listed, making it simpler to follow.

The numbers are not transformed into effective data. For example, it would be more informative and interesting to read the percentage of drivers who received a a punishment instead of the simple number of recipients.

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