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The administration of US President George W. Bush boasted that his tax cuts would result in 92 million Americans receiving an average tax reduction of over $\$1,000$.
Was their use of statistics misleading to the American public?
No, the appropriate statistics were reported.
No, what was reported was not misleading.
Yes, that many Americans don't pay taxes.
Yes, an inappropriate measure of central tendency was used.