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Is there any reliable information on what percentage of audit failures are due to bad audits and not the failure of the reviewer?
My failure rate is about twenty percent.
For the record, I consider this an acceptable tradeoff, if it means that we're reminding the people who need to be reminded to pay attention.
Anecdotal evidence: 100%. Every time I fail an audit I end up right-clicking on the question title, and taking the action that caused me to fail the audit anyway.