There are 24,633 manuscripts of the New Testament by which to verify the contents of the autographa (originals).
They match higher than 99.5%.
The New Testament is by far the most historically verifiable and accurate text in all of ancient literature. The runner-up, the Illiad of Homer, has 643 manuscripts.
The entire complement of “variants” in that less than .05% (not even mistakes, just alternate readings and spellings, like “Caesar Augustus” vs. “Augustus Caesar,”) take up less than 1/2 a page of a normal 8 x 10 page.