Do you believe that we are all have 100% equal rights in everything under the sun? If not how much percent do we have?
100% equal right is not correct. It depends on no. of circumstances.
I can't get around "how much" rather than "how many"
But having said that it's difficult to believe in equal rights, unless you accept that some are more equal than others.
Most (but not all) people are considered morally equal meaning they have equal basic rights in all areas where they are competent. So all people have the right to life, to not be owned as slaves or tortured. Other rights, such as the right to vote, are withheld from those not morally equal (felons) and those not competent (children). I don't think you can assign a percentage to that.
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