For portrait and landscape, the D3200 scores 24.1 and 13.2 respectively whlist the 5D Mark III scored 24.1 and 11.7. Of course the 5D Mark III whips the D3200 in low-light ISO (sports) but otherwise the scores are the same (81) for both cameras.
So it just goes to show that APS-C sensors aren't necessarily as useless, even with higher MP counts. Unless you need that low-light/higher ISO.
As DxO points out, 5 of the top 10 cameras on their website are now made by Nikon.
Got to wonder if Canon will be able to deliver a crop sensor that comes anywhere near that.