statistically in a sentence

Women are statistically more likely to enter university than men.

statistically, travelling by air is the safest means of transportation.

686898 The biggest casualties statistically are younger men and boys.

These results, Solomon says, are “extremely statistically significant.

statistically, that period could have included a falloff toward the end.

But statistically speaking, they are likely to enter a black and brown body.

Rand Paul and Marco Rubio and Gov. Scot Walker, now polling statistically even.

He stresses, however, that up to now gauge records show “no statistically relevant changes.”

But here’s the thing: Society has been statistically, habitually too hard on women for centuries.

statistically, you come back to the place last seen, which is right down there and you start over.

statistically, if you file a claim, you’re more likely to file a second or third claim, said AdaMs.
Those who have children over 40 are statistically even four times more likely to become centenarians.

statistically, 49 of them can be assumed to have been cancer patients whose disease went undiagnosed.

Blandford says statistically, men between the ages of 20 and 40 years of age are the worst offenders.

Afro-Caribbeans were statistically more likely to be re-admitted.