Texas as a Model

Texas as a Model

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February 201031%57%
October 201138%50%
October 201236%54%
February 201331%60%
June 201530%59%
June 201735%54%
February 202030%54%
April 202030%58%

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February 20109%83%
October 201112%79%
October 201211%85%
February 20135%90%
June 20158%88%
June 20177%86%
February 20204%86%
April 20206%89%

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February 201054%33%
October 201170%18%
October 201265%25%
February 201361%27%
June 201557%29%
June 201763%23%
February 202056%25%
April 202056%28%

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