We Now Have the Data That shows That The One-Side-Self-Represented Case is the Dominant Case Situation in US Civil State Courts and That We Need a Fundamental Rethink of The State Civil Justice System.
With some additional data generously provided by NCSC, I can now break this out further (methodology here) and show, with this broad urban court national sample, how this imbalance works out in certain case types. This will surely help prioritize strategic planning priorities. These three charts are shockingly self-explanatory:
As an aid to strategic planning here is a blunt comparison of the percentage with an unrepresented person going against a represented one:
Case closed as to need for intervention, redesign, etc.