Arctic ice has been consistently melting for the last ten years at a semi-constant rate of about 3.2%.
Generally (i.e. derived from glacial ice records showing ice melting/freezing patterns over thousands of years), arctic ice freezes and melts at a rate of about 2% per year.
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