The Reason Why Produce 48 Rankings Are So Fickle And Prone To Big Changes
If you’ve been keeping up with the recent events of the survival program Produce 48, you’d know all about the turbulent changes every single evaluation brings about. One minute, one person is on top of the rankings and before you know it, they’ve dropped and has been ousted by another.
The reason for the fickle nature of the ranking system is primarily due to the fact that there’s not much a big difference between the total votes each idol trainee has at the moment. Given the fact that the average voting score an idol trainee has is roughly around 188,000, you’d be surprised to know that the number one ranking idol trainee usually has around 190,000. That means that there’s only a couple thousand vote difference between the trainee at the very top and the ones below.
Even at the moment, the number one ranking idol trainee Miyazaki Miho, who has 188,966 votes, has only 494 vote difference with the number two ranking idol trainee Miyawaki Sakura. Not even a 500 vote difference sets apart the number one and the number two trainees.
Scenarios like this is definitely prone to change after every evaluation round and means that nothing is exactly certain until we see the very end of it.