What is the percentage difference between 26 and 14?

Use the following formula to find the percent change by replacing the given values:

Percent change = (New – Old)/|Old| × 100%

Percent change = (14 – 26) / |26| × 100% =-12/26 × 100 = -46.15% (decrease)

According to the problem, 26 is the old value and 14 is the new value. In this case, we have a negative change (decrease) of 46.15 percent because the new value is small than the old value. (12<26)