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Texas Migrant Crisis Boosting Independence Campaign: Poll | Newsweek

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The ongoing migrant crisis makes 44 percent of Texans either more likely or significantly more likely to support the state becoming a fully independent country, according to a survey conducted exclusively for Newsweek.

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