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Notes: 1) The two biggest peaks overall are for March with 725 for London and 700 for New-York, with LA coming 3rd with only 400. This graphically sets the bar quite high for comparison with other cities. 2) Note the stats crash for Clearwater and Toronto on June.
Notes: 1) Philadelphia has been steadily raising until June, when it all of a sudden drops. This unusual trend is even more strange since anons were forced to demonstrate away from the CoS building in Apr and May since they did not get the permit. When they finally got the permit for the Jun protest, all of a sudden the stats crashes... Go figure... or was the fact that they did not get permit an additional motivation? 2) Chicago statistics for June probably missing as not very likely that all of a sudden drops from 58 to zero (however, see Dallas, so may be possible).
Notes: 1) Statistics for Orlando on April most probably missing.
Notes: 1) Dallas: a drop from 33 to zero is not very credible, but seeing how in June only 3 persons were present, it becomes plausible.
Notes: 1) A group of friends must have had a one-type outing in Lahti on March, or the subsequent stats were not reported.
Notes: 1) Salk Lake City has a very significant gradual decrease down from 70 to a mere 3.
Notes: 1) Berlin stats are steady and even slightly increasing. This schema is reflected on several German cities.
Notes: 1) Like Salt Lake City, Miami stats gradually crash to almost nothing in comparison.
Notes: 1) Surprising results for France (big country, big city) when compared to Belgium (small country, small city).
Notes: 1) Brighton is steadily increasing, however, since the overall numbers are small, and therefore the changes more marked, it is not very significant.
Notes: 1) Hamburg and Stuttgart are down the table because the stats for March were zero or missing, otherwise they would figure much higher. 2) Apparently, the group of friends who went to Lahti in March must have gone to Vantaa in April, but already with a subsequent reduced number.
Notes: 1) As for Some German cities, San Diego should figure much higher on the table but since the sorting was done based on the stats of March (obviously missing in this case), they are down the table. 2) Same goes for Santa Barbara.
Notes: 1) Is Ontario a town? I thought it was only a province, but it is listed as a town on the source. It does stands as an oddity, though.
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