**Percentage Points Calculator**

Percentage Points is the difference between one percent and another percent.

Please enter Percent One and Percent Two below, then press "Percentage Points" to get how many Percentage Points they differ.

**Real World Percentage Points Example:**

If you enter an unemployment rate of 5.3 percent for last month and 6.1 percent for this month, you will see that the Percentage Points increase was only 0.8, while the Percent Increase was a whopping 15.09 percent.

If you're making an argument and you want to minimize your statement, then use Percentage Points, and if you want to point out a big change, then use Percent.