There is not an answer to your question. The issue is not whether they are typically granted, the issue is which set of facts meets the standard of the law for the judge to decide. If the commissioner made a poor decision, the judge should grant the revision and decide the case the way the judge feels is appropriate. If the commission made the correct decision, the judge should realize that and deny the revision. The statistical answer to your question has no bearing on what the judge will actually do. Focus on the law and facts of your case and issue.
Whether or not a motion for revision is granted depends on the facts of your case. Sometimes you are granted relief, and other times you can make your situation worse. I would consult with an attorney and discuss your particular fact pattern to determine whether or not you should file a motion for revision.
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