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Statistics on adult education and training (AET) are often considered as insufficient because they fail to deliver a comprehensive and consistent picture of this field of education. This study addresses a specific problem in AET statistics that is varying participation rates of adults in AET depending on underlying data sources. We elaborate potential causes for deviations in survey design and the measurement of participation in sample based AET statistics with reference to the Total Surveydoi:10.3389/fsoc.2019.00071 pmid:33869393 pmcid:PMC8022492 fatcat:ofcczqzaa5gwdlzmeliizb6ene