That study leaves something to be desired in it's presentation of data.
I guess it's saying
of the teachers who ticked one or more of the options
- Bully boys have more girls following them.
- Bully boys have more boys following them.
- Bully girls are popular with boys.
- Bully girls are popular with girls.
33% of ticks were for "Bully boys have more girls following them"
but no ticks at all was a valid response, which we aren't reporting.
fwiw the questionnaire for teachers is in the appendices.
Cambridge at number one