Today's featured site is Role-playing Games and the card is shown as follows:

RPG clearly has unanswered questions.

What is meant by the '100% answered'?

  • 3
    There are 36031 questions on that site. That means that 99.628% are answered. Rounded to the nearest integer, that would be 100% Oct 1, 2019 at 9:28
  • 5
    May I just congratulate you lot on this about-as-perfect-as-it-gets score? Staying above 95% is not easy.
    – Mast
    Oct 1, 2019 at 10:06

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That means that (rounded towards the nearest whole number) 100% of the non-closed questions have an upvoted or accepted answer. The figure is the same as displayed on the list of all sites.

According to this answer by a former Stack Exchange developer, the number is coming from the /stats API call which returns 134, exactly the number of questions with no upvoted or accepted answers right now.

(Since those numbers will change in the future: here is an archived link to the Unanswered tab and here is one with the API call.)


At Role-Playng Games SE there have been 36,031 questions asked.

If I go to its Unanswered tab I can see that 134 questions are unanswered.

Dividing 134 by 36,031 and multiplying by 100 gives 0.37% unanswered. Rounding that to the nearest percent is 0% unanswered or 100% answered.


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