.....battery usage posts are like Jehovah's Witnesses and battery life computation is like oral 53x, it depends @ which end you find yourself.
I guess some would be happy to get your stats, I'll excuse myself first on that list. You lost 7% battery within 5 and smth hours. THAT IS GREAT! no issue whatsoever . I would gladly report that my device is humming away 4~7% each hour, no matter what (wifi vs 4G, great vs good GSM reception, cache flush, etc). Deep sleep apps and the other shenanigans are not relevant at the end of the day.
Android is a mobile OS that is open, aka you can side load a ton of crap on it. The little imaginary sandboxes are quite open to any app and merciful enough to tolerate any app get go postal on power like a Tasmanian devil. Quite the opposite of other OSes.
Still, if you do the math, even 1% hour is huge, compared to what ARM/qualcomm/sammy advertises about the so-called improvements. My old SGS2 had a median of 0.7~1% per hour while screen off. That was a good 7% over a 8hrs overnight, 1900 mAh battery ( almost identical sync accounts on both device, minus FB now) . This, scaled to the 3200 SGN3's battery, is almost 4 percent. Well, the only difference (while sleeping) between the two devices is the CPU and OS version. So, either the new CPU architecture is less power efficient or the OS is more hungry. That's only a part of the story. The other story there are a lot of sensors that get monitored also, regardless of screen off or not, you know Life Companion!.
My advice would be to get over it, no matter what will you do, battery life will be as good as our perception is about it . It is great out of the box, with time and apps installed, it decreases more and more