Statistics are very hard to comprehend even when you’re actively trying to learn them. It’s counter-intuitive. After all, there are no 2.5 kids per household, there are no 0.4 men per country, and so on. Having a 1 in 6 chance of getting an ace at the roll of a dice means nothing really. In reality, you roll the dice, and you observe one of two results: You either get an ace or not. 50% chance, right? But if you roll a large enough amount of dice, you get 16.66% chance of getting an ace.
Here’s Anastasia to explain some basic statistics for you in short but informative videos: https://twitter.com/desperatemath/status/1392527598505369606?s=20