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For More Information, contact: DPS Public Information Office Tela Mange—Tom Vinger—Lisa Block 512/424-2080 or PIO@txdps.state.tx.us Uniform Crime Reporting Section 512/424-2091 or UCR@txdps.state.tx.us

Steven McCraw, Director

TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY—UNIFORM CRIME REPORTING

Annual Report of 2010 UCR Data Collection:
Crime in Texas 2010 Overview
Texas experienced a drop in major crime in 2010, according to data compiled by the Texas Department of Public Safety’s Uniform Crime Reporting Program. The Uniform Crime Reporting Program dates back to the 1930s when the U. S. Congress authorized the Federal Bureau of Investigation to serve as the national clearinghouse for collecting crime statistical information. Violent crime and property crimes both fell compared to the year before. The overall crime rate—the number of crimes per 100,000 population in Texas—decreased 6 percent in 2010. The violent crime rate was down 8.3 percent in 2010 compared to 2009, and the property crime rate decreased by 5.7 percent. While the overall crime rate has been down several times over the last decade, this is the first time since 2000 that all seven index crime rates decreased during the same year. Murder was down 7.4 percent, rape 9.2 percent, robbery 14.9 percent, aggravated assault 4.9 percent, burglary 5.9 percent, larceny/theft 4.9 percent and motor vehicle theft 12.3 percent. “Law enforcement officers throughout the state work hard every day to protect Texas from crime,” said DPS Director Steven C. McCraw. “Texas must continue its proactive approach to fighting crime.” The total number of juvenile arrests in 2010 dropped 9.3 percent from 2009, while adult arrests fell 4.6 percent. The number of assaults on police officers in 2010 showed a 6 percent decrease from 2009. Two law enforcement officers were killed feloniously in the line of duty in 2010, while 13 died in duty-related accidents. In 2010, Texas law enforcement agencies reported 168 incidents of hate crimes involving 179 victims and 185 offenders. This marks an increase of 2.4 percent over 2009. Law enforcement agencies reported 193,505 family violence incidents involving 211,769 victims and 207,474 offenders in 2010—a decrease of 1.6 percent in family violence incidents compared to the year before. STATISTICAL CRIME ANALYSIS The UCR Program In an effort to quantify the increases and decreases in the number of crimes committed in Texas, the Uniform Crime Reporting program (UCR) collects reports of crimes and arrests from Texas law enforcement agencies. This information is printed in Crime in Texas and in periodic special news releases. Crime Index To track the variations in crime, the UCR data collection program uses a statistical summary tool referred to as the Crime Index. Rather than collecting reports of all crimes that were committed in a particular year, UCR collects the reports of seven index crimes. The crimes in this group are all serious, either by their very nature or because of the frequency with which they occur, and present a common enforcement problem to police agencies. Crimes within this index can be further categorized as violent crimes, which include murder, forcible rape, robbery and aggravated assault, or as property crimes, which consist of burglary, larceny-theft and motor vehicle theft. By reducing the overall occurrence of crime to this Crime Index, the annual comparison of crime trends is simplified. Although arson is an index crime in that the number of reported offenses are collected, arson is not included in the Crime Index. Index Crime Volume The total estimated number of Index Crimes reported for 2010 was 1,065,272. This volume of crime represents a decrease of 4.6 percent when compared to 2009. Index Crime Rate The crime rate reported by UCR is defined as the number of crimes committed per 100,000 population. This mechanism allows comparisons between periods of time to be made without being affected by population swings. For 2010, the Texas Crime Rate was 4236.4 crimes per 100,000 population, a 6.0% decrease from 2009. The crime rate is based on the 2010 Texas population of 25,145,561. Data Estimation Although the Texas UCR program enjoys a high rate of participation among Texas’ law enforcement community, not every agency reports its crime information. To provide data that is comparable to other years, it is necessary to estimate the information for non-reporting agencies. In 2010, 1055 law enforcement agencies participated in the UCR program representing 99.8 percent of the population.

CRIME IN TEXAS : 2010

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CRIME IN TEXAS ANNUAL REPORT 2010

Crime by Volume
Offense Murder Rape Robbery Aggravated Assault Violent Crim e Total Burglary Larceny-Theft Motor Vehicle Theft Property Crim e Total Index Crim e Total 2010 1,247 7,626 32,865 71,561 113,299 229,269 654,484 68,220 951,973 1,065,272 2009 % Change 1,327 8,286 38,041 74,135 121,789 240,193 678,340 76,617 995,150 1,116,939 -6.0% -8.0% -13.6% -3.5% -7.0% -4.5% -3.5% -11.0% -4.3% -4.6%

Crime Rate by Offense
Offense Murder Rape Robbery Aggravated Assault Violent Crim e Total Burglary Larceny-Theft Motor Vehicle Theft Property Crim e Total Index Crim e Total 2010 5.0 30.3 130.7 284.6 450.6 911.8 2602.8 271.3 3785.8 4236.4 2009 % Change 5.4 33.4 153.5 299.1 491.4 969.2 2737.2 309.2 4015.6 4507.0 -7.4% -9.2% -14.9% -4.9% -8.3% -5.9% -4.9% -12.3% -5.7% -6.0%

Arson
In 2010, reported arson offenses decreased 8.5 percent from 2009. Property damage from arson was reported at over $167 million in 2010. 5,517 arsons in 2010 6,027 arsons in 2009

Texas Peace Officers Killed or Assaulted
Two Texas law enforcement officers were killed feloniously in the line of duty due to criminal action during 2010. Thirteen Texas law enforcement officers were killed in duty-related accidents during 2010. There were 4,424 officers assaulted during 2010 compared to 4,706 in 2009. This represents a decrease of 6.0 percent.

Property Value
The value of property stolen during the commission of Index Crimes in 2010 was more than $1.9 billion. The value of stolen property recovered by Texas law enforcement agencies in 2010 was more than $492 million.

TEXAS ARREST TOTALS 2001-2010
Year
2010

Juveniles % Change
116,698 128,654 134,575 136,206 140,716 141,734 153,450 144,667 140,992 142,897 -9.3 -4.4 -1.2 -3.2 -0.7 -7.6 +6.1 +2.6 -1.3 -1.5

Adults
1,027,263 1,076,548 1,056,580 1,036,294 998,493 965,153 974,681 919,150 906,513 891,437

% Change
-4.6% +1.9% +2.0% +3.8% +3.5% -1.0% +6.0% +1.4% +1.7% -2.2%

MOST REQUESTED TEXAS ARREST TOTALS

2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001

Texas Arrests Murder Aggravated Assault Motor Vehicle Theft Driving Under the Influence Drunkenness Drug Possession Sale & Manufacturing State Total Arrests

2010 858 23,090 4,721 94,434 131,523 125,956 14,630 1,143,961

2009 837 24,247 5,372 96,350 142,631 133,191 16,598 1,205,202

% Change +2.5% -4.8% -12.1% -2.0% -7.8% -5.4% -11.9% -5.1%

CRIME IN TEXAS ANNUAL REPORT 2010

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HATE CRIME
The Texas Hate Crime Act defines hate crimes as crimes motivated by prejudice and hatred, including incidents for which statistics are kept under the federal Hate Crimes Statistics Act. The federal law defines hate crimes as crimes that manifest evidence of prejudice based on race, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity or disability. The Texas Hate Crimes Act directs every law enforcement agency within Texas to report bias offenses to the Department of Public Safety. Bias Motivation The largest percentage of hate crime reports were racial in nature. The second largest was sexual orientation. The third most common bias was ethnicity/national origin. The fourth most common bias was religious and the fifth was disability.

Volume The total number of reported Texas hate crime incidents in 2010 was 168. This represents an increase of 2.4 percent when compared to 2009. These incidents involved 179 victims, 185 offenders and resulted in a total of 171 offenses.

HATE CRIME VOLUME
Reported Incidents Reported Victims Reported Offenders Reported Offenses 2010 168 179 185 171 2009 % Change 164 +2.4 173 +3.5 188 -1.6 167 +2.4

2010 HATE CRIME BIAS MOTIVATION
Bias Nature Group % Bias Type Volum e (Offense)
Bias Nature

2009 HATE CRIME BIAS MOTIVATION
Group % Bias Type Volum e (Offense)

Anti-White Anti-Black
Racial 48.5%

9 66 3 4 24 6 7 1 5 21 4 3 3 5 2 3 2 0 1
Disability 0.0% Religious 11.0% Sexual Orientation Ethnicity/ National Origin 16.4% 22.0% Racial 50.6%

Anti-White Anti-Black Anti-Asian/Pacific Islander Anti-Indian Anti-Multi-Racial Anti-Male Homosexual Anti-Female Homosexual Anti-Homosexual Anti-Arab Anti-Hispanic Anti-Other Ethnic/Nat'l Origin Anti-Jewish Anti-Protestant Anti-Islamic Anti-Other Religion Anti-Multi-Religion Anti-Physical Anti-Mental

11 63 2 1 6 23 4 9 6 18 3 10 1 3 3 1 0 0

Anti-Asian/Pacific Islander Anti-Multi-Racial Anti-Male Homosexual

Sexual Orientation 22.5%

Anti-Female Homosexual Anti-Homosexual Anti-Bi-Sexual Anti-Arab

Ethnicity/ National Origin 17.8%

Anti-Hispanic Anti-Other Ethnic/Nat'l Origin Anti-Jewish Anti-Protestant

Religious

10.7%

Anti-Islamic Anti-Catholic Anti-Other Religion Anti-Multi-Religion

Disability

0.5%

Anti-Physical Anti-Mental

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CRIME IN TEXAS ANNUAL REPORT 2010

Offenses
Offenses in the hate crime data collection program are defined in accordance with federal Uniform Crime Reporting definitions and do not necessarily conform to Texas state definitions. Complete offense definitions are available in the Crime in Texas annual publication or from UCR upon request. Hate Crime offense information falls into the eight index crimes—murder, rape, robbery, aggravated assault, burglary, larceny-theft, motor vehicle theft and arson—plus simple assault, intimidation and vandalism. Of these offense categories, aggravated assault, simple assault, intimidation and vandalism accounted for 95 percent of all bias crime offenses in 2010.
HATE CRIME OFFENSES Offenses Volume % Murder 1 0.6 Robbery 5 2.9 Aggravated Assault 25 14.6 Burglary 0 0 Larceny-Theft 1 .6 Motor Vehicle Theft 1 .6 Arson 1 .6 Simple Assault 51 29.8 Intimidation 37 21.6 Vandalism 49 28.7 TOTAL 171 100%

Offenders
In 2010, 185 offenders were involved in incidents of hate crimes. The following chart displays the suspected hate crime offenders by race.
HATE CRIME OFFENDERS BY RACE

White Black American Indian/Alaskan Native Asian/Pacific Islander Multi-Racial Group Unknown TOTAL

Volume 85 19 0 0 2 62 168

% 50.6 11.3 0.0 0.0 1.2 36.9 100%

Location Residences and homes were the most frequently occurring locations of bias crimes during 2010. The second most common locations were highways, roads, streets and alleys. Parking lots and garages were the third most common locations.

HATE CRIME LOCATION BY OFFENSE
Location Air/Bus/Train Terminal Bank/Savings and Loan Bar/Nightclub Church/Synagogue/Temple Commercial/Office Building Construction Site Convenience Store Department/Discount Store Drug Store/Doctor's Office/Hospital Field/Woods Government/Public Building Grocery/Supermarket Highway/Road/Street/Alley Hotel/Motel Jail/Prison Lake/Waterway Liquor Store Parking Lot/Garage Rental Storage Facility Residence/Home Restaurant School/College Service/Gas Station Specialty Store Other/Unknown
TOTAL

Volume
1 0 7 11 1 0 4 4 0 0 1 5 30 2 0 2 0 17 0 59 5 11 1 1 6 168

%
0.6 0.0 4.2 6.5 0.6 0.0 2.4 2.4 0.0 0.0 0.6 3.0 17.8 1.2 0.0 1.2 0.0 10.1 0.0 35.1 3.0 6.5 0.6 0.6 3.6 100%

Victims
Information on the victims of hate crimes is limited to victim type. While the bias motivation information identifies the offender’s bias, the victim may not actually belong to the group the offender sought to harm. For this reason, information on the victim’s group membership is not recorded. Victim type in the hate crime data collection program is listed as: individual, business, financial institution, government, religious organization, other and unknown. Of the victim types, individuals were the main hate crime target.
HATE CRIME VICTIM TYPE

Victim Type Volume Individual 152 Business 8 Financial Institution 0 Government 6 Religious Organization 5 Other 0 Unknown 0 TOTAL 171

% 88.9 4.7 0.0 3.5 2.9 0.0 0.0 100%

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FAMILY VIOLENCE
The Texas Family Code defines family violence as an act by a member of a family or household against another member that is intended to result in physical harm, bodily injury, assault, or a threat that reasonably places the member in fear of imminent physical harm. The law excludes the reasonable discipline of a child. By definition, “Family” includes individuals related by consanguinity (blood) or affinity, (marriage or former marriage), biological parents of the same child, foster children, foster parents, and members or former members of the same household (including roommates). Senate Bill 68 of the 77th Legislature amended the Family Code to include “Dating Violence”. The “Dating Relationship” means a relationship between individuals who have or have had a continuing relationship of a romantic or intimate nature.
2010 193,505 211,769 207,474 2009 196,713 212,106 207,315 Pct Change -1.6 -0.2 +0.08

Offenders In 2010, a reported 207,474 offenders were involved in incidents of family violence.

Incidents Victims Offenders

VICTIM’S RELATIONSHIP
Relationship Type Group VICTIM’S RELATIONSHIP Percent Relationship of Victim % Total Husband Wife Marital 42.6 Common-Law Husband Common-Law Wife Ex-Husband Ex-Wife Father Mother Son Parental/ Child 15.6 Daughter Stepfather Stepmother Stepson Stepdaughter Foster Parent Foster Child Grandfather Grandmother Grandson Granddaughter Other Fam ily 41.7 Brother Sister Stepbrother Stepsister Male Roommate Female Roommate Male In-Law Female In-Law Other Male Family Member Other Female Family Member Unknow n Relationship-Male Unknow n Relationship-Female 4.3 16.7 2.8 14.1 0.9 3.8 2.0 5.4 2.2 3.2 0.8 0.3 0.7 0.9 0.05 0.03 0.1 0.4 0.1 0.3 2.8 3.8 0.1 0.2 2.3 6.8 0.9 1.3 5.7 16.9 0.0 0.0

Victims Incidents of family violence in 2010 involved a reported 211,769 victims.

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CRIME IN TEXAS ANNUAL REPORT 2010

Officers Potential assaults on peace officers are a serious problem inherent to police intervention and investigation of family violence. In 2010, during the course of reported family violence incidents, 358 Texas law officers were assaulted. During this same period 4,424 assaults were made on law officers during all types of police activity.

Offenses Family violence offense information falls into six general categories: assaults, homicides, kidnapping/abductions, robberies, forcible sex offenses, and non-forcible sex offenses. Of the six main categories, assaults accounted for 96.8 percent of all offenses.

FAMILY VIOLENCE OFFENSES

T ype

G ro up %

O f f e ns e A ggravated A ssault

%

15.2 73.3 8.3 0.1 0.008 0.0009 0.3 0.2 0.9 0.2 0.2 1.1 .09 0.2

A s s a ult s

96.8

Simple A ssault Intimidatio n M urder & No nnegligent M anslaughter

H o m ic ide s

0.1 0.3 0.2

Negligent M anslaughter Justifiable Ho micide

Kidna pping R o bbe ry

Kidnapping/A bductio n Ro bbery Fo rcible Rape

Weapons The most common weapon involved in family violence cases was physical force through the use of hands, feet and fists (strong arm), which accounts for 79 percent of the incidents. The Texas Family Violence law considers the use of threats and intimidation to be serious enough to report and, thus, 8 percent of the reports were listed as involving no weapons. Knives or cutting instruments (4 percent), blunt objects (3 percent), firearms (2 percent) and other (5 percent) account for the remaining cases. Included in the “other” weapons category are: motor vehicles, poison, explosives, fire, drugs, unknown, and miscellaneous weapons.

F o rc ible S e x O f f e ns e s

Fo rcible So do my

2.4

Sexual A ssault with Object Fo rcible Fo ndling

N o n- F o rc ible S e x O f f e ns e s

Incest

0.3

Statuto ry Rape

Injuries The extent of injuries sustained by victims of family violence are determined by the responding officer. Therefore, all injuries are noted at the time of the report. If later medical attention indicates that the injuries were more or less severe than noted by the responding officer, this information is not included in the family violence report. The majority of reported injuries (54 percent) were minor; in 41 percent of family violence reports “no injury” was recorded. Major injuries were reported in 5 percent of the cases. Of the major injuries, severe lacerations and possible internal injuries were the most common at 28 percent. Other major injuries were reported in 22 percent of the cases and apparent broken bones were noted in 11 percent of the cases.

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Texas Cities with 50,000 to 100,000 Population 2010 vs. 2009
Agency Allen PD Baytown PD Bryan PD Cedar Park PD College Station PD Conroe PD Edinburg PD Euless PD Flower Mound PD Galveston PD Georgetown PD Grapevine PD Harlingen PD League City PD Longview PD Mission PD Missouri City PD New Braunfels PD North Richland Hills PD Pearland PD Pharr PD Port Arthur PD Rowlett PD San Angelo PD San Marcos PD Sugar Land PD Temple PD Victoria PD Year 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 Murder 0 2 6 2 4 1 2 4 3 3 5 1 2 3 1 3 0 1 1 6 0 0 2 0 3 1 1 2 10 11 2 1 5 1 0 0 0 2 3 1 6 2 6 7 2 0 1 8 1 1 0 0 1 3 7 1 Rape 11 14 21 34 34 33 8 13 37 43 22 26 23 20 22 15 4 10 77 64 13 8 10 8 34 32 18 20 41 28 7 7 13 15 10 14 31 25 18 20 13 23 26 31 9 14 48 65 13 3 7 6 23 22 37 48 Robbery 18 15 148 114 90 128 12 12 44 24 80 99 44 69 50 40 6 3 128 121 4 10 16 12 87 70 21 32 135 185 37 41 41 46 25 39 40 38 29 40 55 84 169 165 16 5 50 45 34 46 60 61 71 65 75 80 Aggravated Assault 34 47 126 180 282 405 36 41 136 100 141 127 163 175 68 50 33 33 167 222 37 35 47 62 275 197 29 68 397 483 46 75 127 61 86 89 155 113 80 70 177 193 218 230 49 42 177 250 104 132 75 46 114 84 269 302 Burglary 319 273 822 831 890 1,140 147 160 475 613 601 610 1,011 820 486 471 108 121 791 954 142 134 217 206 850 799 340 456 857 1,212 482 570 297 366 373 366 411 423 327 387 698 842 1,020 980 210 265 1,035 996 263 300 235 270 537 500 788 1,044 Larceny Motor Vehicle Theft Theft 1,219 65 1,196 64 2,707 320 2,889 281 2,632 125 2,809 185 622 27 795 27 2,091 89 2,580 74 2,069 134 1,850 148 3,294 294 3,596 253 1,385 137 1,257 156 424 46 422 20 2,141 250 2,064 247 680 38 615 55 1,276 149 1,378 125 3,375 180 3,435 199 1,604 77 1,568 62 3,056 361 3,812 440 2,454 307 2,538 317 818 69 872 57 1,530 63 1,691 92 1,607 94 1,499 108 1,321 83 1,513 107 2,697 297 2,773 343 1,567 165 1,471 193 675 37 767 50 2,959 159 3,062 153 1,390 73 1,317 85 1,556 88 1,506 78 1,462 80 1,575 86 2,425 105 3,022 108 Total 1,666 1,611 4,150 4,331 4,057 4,701 854 1,052 2,875 3,437 3,052 2,861 4,831 4,936 2,149 1,992 621 610 3,555 3,678 914 857 1,717 1,791 4,804 4,733 2,090 2,208 4,857 6,171 3,335 3,549 1,370 1,418 2,087 2,291 2,338 2,208 1,861 2,138 3,943 4,260 3,171 3,077 998 1,143 4,429 4,579 1,878 1,884 2,021 1,967 2,288 2,335 3,706 4,605 % Change +3.4 -4.2 -13.7 -18.8 -16.4 +6.7 -2.1 +7.9 +1.8 -3.3 +6.7 -4.1 +1.5 -5.3 -21.3 -6.0 -3.4 -8.9 +5.9 -13.0 -7.4 +3.1 -12.7 -3.3 -0.3 +2.7 -2.0 -19.5

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CRIME IN TEXAS ANNUAL REPORT 2010

Texas Cities with over 100,000 Population 2010 vs. 2009
Agency Year Murder Rape Robbery Aggravated Assault Burglary Larceny Theft Motor Vehicle Theft Total % Change

Abilene PD Amarillo PD Arlington PD Austin PD Beaumont PD Brownsville PD Carrollton PD Corpus Christi PD Dallas PD Denton PD El Paso PD Fort Worth PD Frisco PD Garland PD Grand Prairie PD Houston PD Irving PD Killeen PD Laredo PD Lewisville PD Lubbock PD McAllen PD McKinney PD Mesquite PD Midland PD Odessa PD Pasadena PD Plano PD Richardson PD Round Rock PD San Antonio PD

2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009 2010 2009

4 7 10 10 16 12 38 22 10 5 7 4 4 4 16 12 148 166 3 2 5 12 63 44 0 2 7 7 4 7 269 287 6 4 11 5 9 17 3 3 10 13 5 4 1 0 7 5 2 3 3 5 7 8 4 4 0 0 0 1 79 99

68 114 93 99 119 152 265 265 65 73 31 26 4 16 191 212 505 485 67 71 179 182 319 367 13 13 39 54 66 52 712 823 36 34 91 69 78 73 24 21 91 93 14 20 31 47 8 17 44 51 36 36 68 56 53 46 13 12 26 23 467 628

112 137 238 352 532 672 1,231 1,415 312 332 165 152 63 124 389 459 4,487 5,501 65 79 479 452 1,333 1,449 23 13 209 304 193 194 9,449 11,367 170 214 259 179 209 309 80 75 328 311 115 132 40 56 165 220 65 85 96 189 149 184 152 143 90 109 35 32 2,360 2,683

394 400 845 1,116 1,258 1,494 2,256 2,322 513 592 360 272 113 106 1,472 1,682 4,021 4,069 191 154 2,198 2,184 2,584 2,378 93 76 237 243 336 271 12,061 13,116 317 352 632 497 846 895 131 98 1,572 1,662 165 192 150 142 302 292 296 287 591 557 387 458 293 276 90 109 55 72 5,528 4,434

1,340 1,301 2,590 2,561 4,763 4,891 8,749 8,753 1,611 1,665 1,286 1,576 897 1,085 2,626 2,976 19,594 19,428 564 681 1,953 1,991 9,358 10,203 429 357 2,159 2,206 1,967 2,082 27,924 29,279 1,632 1,913 2,062 1,735 1,821 2,164 659 657 3,083 3,730 711 796 643 711 1,457 1,390 893 909 824 1,084 1,113 1,213 1,236 1,477 608 919 464 412 17,301 18,164

3,375 3,267 7,805 7,759 13,342 14,186 34,827 37,054 4,041 4,385 7,784 7,865 2,256 2,633 12,027 12,538 36,147 41,481 2,525 2,392 13,899 14,647 23,162 23,451 2,093 1,617 5,764 6,139 4,596 4,743 74,582 77,058 5,488 5,730 3,536 3,566 8,740 10,077 2,465 2,525 8,802 8,754 6,283 6,783 2,322 2,513 4,345 4,661 2,558 2,845 2,508 2,834 4,066 3,955 5,066 6,026 2,189 2,366 2,452 2,255 65,395 67,684

182 262 641 709 1,245 1,439 2,250 2,219 289 281 246 337 357 343 448 598 8,384 10,455 154 190 1,552 1,890 2,470 2,146 123 75 703 753 920 1,123 12,817 14,596 624 784 239 212 903 1,484 383 437 506 526 404 441 138 111 714 688 148 171 191 191 372 442 399 483 217 305 100 105 5,657 5,803

5,475 5,488 12,222 12,606 21,275 22,846 49,616 52,050 6,841 7,333 9,879 10,232 3,694 4,311 17,169 18,477 73,286 81,585 3,569 3,569 20,265 21,358 39,289 40,038 2,774 2,153 9,118 9,706 8,082 8,472 137,814 146,526 8,273 9,031 6,830 6,263 12,606 15,019 3,745 3,816 14,392 15,089 7,697 8,368 3,325 3,580 6,998 7,273 4,006 4,351 4,249 4,896 6,162 6,316 7,203 8,455 3,207 3,820 3,132 2,900 96,787 99,495

-0.2% -3.0% -6.9% -4.7% -6.7% -3.4% -14.3% -7.1% -10.2% 0% -5.1% -1.9% +28.8% -6.1% -4.6% -5.9% -8.4% +9.1% -16.1% -1.9% -4.6% -8.0% -7.1% -3.8% -7.9% -13.2% -2.4% -14.8% -16.0% +8.0% -2.7%

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