You may control 80% of the population. You may control 10%. You also may control 100%. If you are keeping bees in the middle of the desert, or on an island, things will be totally different than if you keep bees in the center of a "beekeeping mecca."
Tom Seeley studied beehives in the Arnot Forest (4200 acres near Newfield, NY) and found between 12 and 15 colonies existed (all feral) between the 1970's and 2006. That's in a forest. What if you live in a suburban, or urban area. More? Less? Who knows. But I'd venture to say about the same. That's what I based my example on.
But, more to the point, you can't tell me I'm wrong, just like I can't tell you I'm right. Which makes further discussion of the topic futile.