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Loyd’s on track for the best defensive rating of her career so far, and her assist percentage has even ticked up, despite playing next to a pair of primary ballhandlers in Sue Bird and Jordin Canada.
One particular sticking point was herd immunity, which occurs when a large percentage of the community is immune to a disease and ends up protecting those who aren’t.
That means the next mayor could be someone who nabs a relatively small percentage of the vote.
As the tool will also calculate the percentage of conversation dominated by each of your competitors, you can then dig deeper to analyze what the successful competitors are doing better in terms of branding.
Just a few weeks in, that CRO said, there is a slim chance they might only miss their original targets by a few percentage points.
That can be measured by “shade” percentage, or the amount of second deck overhang above the first level of grandstand.
According to the Alliance for Affordable Internet, over half of the world’s population now has internet access—but a large percentage of that is low-quality, meaning they can’t use features like online learning, video streaming, and telehealth.
However, messages in Facebook Messenger, Snapchat, or WhatsApp have a higher percentage of opening.
That percentage will no doubt climb as the state carries out its mandated testing at nursing homes.
So, for example, if you look at a study that was published by The Economist a couple of years ago, they would peg the percentage of adults in the United States who are struggling with loneliness as above 20 percent.

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