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Percent followers, or number of followers?

I think this comparison analysis is not phrased correctly.

"@pearson's Following score of 6,485% is 1.6 times higher than @mheducation's score of 4,033%."

Shouldn't it omit the "%" sign since we're talking about a total number of followers vs. a percentage?
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