We trim the trailing zeros in percentages that fall below 10%, otherwise, we use two decimal places. We round when the measure is reported as being a “percent” type.


If you're discussing (i) change, or (ii) percent of whole for a measure whose type is "percent", we should see percentage point language. Ex. "three percentage points". The other scenario that this will appear is when we compare top entities. If you're discussing (i) comparison between two or more (change/difference/range), or (ii) percent of whole for a measure whose type is "percent", we discuss as percentage points.