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There is a work around in The Excel Report.

What the Group of Groups would look like:

All Food Super Group - 90% of comments

   Vegetarian Food Group - 49%
      Broccoli Topic - 43%
         Terms: Broccoli, broccoli soup...
      Carrots Topic - 12%
         carrot cake, carrot soup, carrots....

   Meat Food Group - 48%
      Chicken Topic - 33%
         Terms: fried chicken, chicken soup
      Beef Topic - 22%
         Terms: roast beef, steak ...

Is in Excel simply something that looks like this

TextFood Super GroupVegetarian Food GroupVegetarian Food Group Broccoli TopicVegetarian Food Gropu Carrots TopicMeat Food GroupMeat Food Group Chicken TopicMeat Food Group Beef Topic
Verbatim A1101000
Verbatim B1000111
Verbatim C1000110

Note that the Topic percentages don't add up exactly to the Group percentage and the Group percentages don't add up exactly to the Super Group percentages. That is because a Group is looking for at least one occurrence of any of the Topics inside the Group and likewise the Super Group would be looking for at least one of the occurrences of a Group inside the Super Group.  You might have a group with multiple topics that overlap on a text verbatim or don't overlap on other verbatims.

The work around in Excel is that you would have to Pin the Vegetarian Group and the Meat Group. Export as Excel. And then in The Excel go to the data Tab and insert a new column Called Super group manually. You would have to insert the formula one row below the Header of the Super Group:

[ =if (Vegetarian Group + Meat Group > 1, 1, 0) ]

This would check if your Food groups appeared at least once to then count the Super Group as appearing once. Then what you would have to do is Summarize the column for amount of times Super Group appears to then get the percentage of occurrences.

Another note, terms do not overlap outside of Topics. The terms must be unique for each Topic.