September 2018 LSAT Section 3 Question 24
Skylar on September 28, 2019@chris_va No, it is not because the percentages are not varied enough. Instead, the flaw comes from the fact that the argument is comparing percentages of two different groups whose sizes are unknown. If there are 1,000 dog owners and only 100 cat owners, the percentage of degree-holders would be higher in cat homes while the actual number of degree-holders would be higher in dog homes. Therefore, we cannot make a statement about what is more likely unless we know that the overall group sizes are comparable.