Per the report, metrics that score at the 60th percentile or higher are considered to be good. For example, accounts that average 97.4% in like to dislike rate are at the 60th percentile and are considered to have good performance.
Likewise, those accounts with a view to subscriber rate (the ratio of the number of views to the number of channel subscribers) of 33.1% or higher are performing within the good range.
Accounts that have a rate of 0.04% or higher for the comment to view metric (the percentage of users who have watched a video who commented on the video) are likewise performing well, while those with at least a 3.72% rate in like to views (the percentage of users who have viewed the video who like the video) are all strong. Read the rest at Marketing Charts.