I've been considering putting some time into the Support class, but while looking through my stats thus far, a question immediately came to mind... I can't seem to figure out how accuracy statistics are affected by accurate suppressive fire. I've struggled to find a definitive answer to this, and my (admittedly weak) math skills and memory problems have led to nothing but frustration in my attempts at in-game experimentation.
I know that the contributing factors behind many BF3 statistics are still somewhat unclear, but this one seems like maybe it would be something that Support-focused players might be able to answer, just due to laying down so many LMG rounds. It also struck me as something that the devs might have taken into consideration, especially since the Support kit has suppressive fire listed as one of its primary responsibilities, if I remember correctly. Related questions that have been answered here as well as forum discussions (both those relating to suppressive fire itself, and those relating to the accuracy stat), while quite helpful in determining how suppression works in-game, don't seem to shed any light on how the former actually affects the latter.
Related Q & As: How is accuracy calculated in Battlefield 3?
So, to be clear, when firing rounds of suppressive fire, do shots that properly inflict the motion blur effect on enemy targets still count against your accuracy percentage the same as missed shots?