Ok or not okay? Well it usually depends whether it adversely impacts your traffic. It's somewhat like asking whether a .25% drop rate is ok or not.
Also, with just these numbers, we don't know whether an occasional voice packet was queued or a cluster of such queued. Again, given just a drop count over total packets, we can calculate a percentage but also don't know whether just 1 packet fell of the end 10x or whether 10 packets fell off 1x, etc.
As to your frame relay links showing the numbers the same, also assuming I'm correct in what they represent and that the IOS you're using is counting properly, it could be the difference between the example you posted has little background traffic and the latter lots and lots of background traffic. Level of background traffic should have little impact to LLQ traffic. What differs, with little background traffic, LLQ packets often finds free interface and transmits without queuing. With lots of background traffic, LLQ fines interface busy sending a packet, queues, but goes next.
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