Decimation with IIR filter altering amplitude of signal

I'm downsampling a signal through decimate (scipy implementation), but the result has a different amplitude than the original signal, which if I understood correctly, shouldn't happen. The original signal is sampled at 128Hz, and I want to downsample it to 1Hz. Decimation code is:

sig_d = signal.decimate(sig, 8)
sig_d = signal.decimate(sig_d, 8)
sig_d = signal.decimate(sig_d, 2)

I then checked in the first 1 minute window of the original and decimated signals:

df = pd.DataFrame(sig[0:7680])
print(df.describe())
df = pd.DataFrame(sig_d[0:60])
print(df.describe())

and this is the output statistics:

Original
count  7680.000000
mean     94.191307
std       0.551882
min      92.580971
25%      94.028488
50%      94.086906
75%      94.794744
max      94.969666

Decimated
count  60.000000
mean   91.011716
std     0.516294
min    89.658212
25%    90.847055
50%    90.886592
75%    91.589404
max    91.689528

As you can see, there is a huge decrease in amplitude for the same time window in the decimated signal. Per the statistics, it doesn't seem to be related to peak removal, since this window in the original signal has very small variability, and not really any pronounced peaks. I did plot the two signals to check if I wasn't messing up the alignment, and they were aligned perfectly, their shape in this time window is the same (besides sampling rate), but the decimated signal seemed to be "pushed down" in amplitude. Unfortunately, I cannot post the plots (for proxy reasons).

This seems to happen only with IIR filter(though FIR has other issues). Is this normal behavior of decimation? Or am I doing something wrong?