I believe that you are correctly reading the chart, however, I think you are reading the wrong chart. The chart in your question appears to be the chart for ISA +15C and for the lower performing engines (1519G), which would result in a takeoff distance of about 2500 meters (about 8200 feet). I'm posting below what I believe to be the full chart in your question from the Airport Planning Guide linked in your question - See the first image below:
The second image below shows the chart for the higher performing engines (1524G) at ISA, and would result in a takeoff distance of slightly more than 1500 Meters (about 5100 feet).
Also, as you can see from the specification sheet (last image below), the 1525G engines can provide up to 5% more thrust (reducing the takeoff distance probably to the 4800 feet shown in specification sheet). But there is not a takeoff performance chart for this engine in the Airport Planning Guide you have linked in your question.
The last image below is the specification data sheet from footnote #252 shown on the Wikipedia page you have linked in your question.
Lastly, it seems likely that the published takeoff performance shown in the Wikipedia page and the specification sheet linked as footnote #252 from the Wikipedia page, would use the most optimal circumstances to illustrate the best performance available for the CS100/A220-100. This would be at ISA using the most powerful engines (1525G).