Take a look at the second graph in this page
You'll notice that out of 4263 PAUSE ids, 1819 were never used to upload anything. That's over 42% inactive accounts.
Not exactly 81%, but that's probably because a PAUSE id has to be aproved, while a perlmonks account hasn't (which is a bit scary... almost 2000 people had plans, announced them, got their ids approved and... gave up?)
But I don't think there's anything to worry, though. I have subscribed sites myself that I never got to use, has have many around here, probably.
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