TV, phone and broadband were the most significantly underestimated
household bills, with estimated annual spend coming out at 53% lower than actual costs.
Eighty percent of them underestimated
their child's weight, compared to 7.
But children's cancer charity CLIC Sargent found 31 per cent of adults in the West Midlands underestimated
this number, while 26 per cent said they did not know.
The predominant direction of estimation error varied by race/ethnicity Of the white women, 10% accurately estimated their risk, 39% underestimated
, and 51% overestimated their risk.
The US and its allies underestimated
the difficulty of defeating the Taliban militants and that is why it is taking a long time to establish peace and stability in Afghanistan, Anders Fogh Rasmussen said.
Adolescents were significantly more likely to underestimate their own weight if their parents also underestimated
their weight, compared with adolescents whose parents accurately estimated their weight (66% vs.
the amount of knowledge that I had gathered along my career path, but I also underestimated
the collegiality that occurs and the willingness of seasoned oncology nurses to share their years of experience.
Adolescents were significantly more likely to underestimate their weight if their parents also underestimated
it, compared with adolescents whose parents accurately estimated their weight (66% vs.
Subjects who first viewed the calibrated drapes underestimated
volumes in the uncalibrated drapes by less than 15%.
The survey of more than 2000 adults across the UK found that most people underestimated
their debts by up to half.
In contrast, pensioners underestimated
their chances of falling prey to fraudsters with 26 per cent thinking stood a one in 15,000 chance of having their ID stolen.
France didn't play very well last Sunday but also probably underestimated
Scotland a lot.