Yep, basically fold to flop bet/cbet in conjunction with the same turn stat and wtsd too actually. Everything's situational...
30/15 flat calls your pf raise with position on you, and calls your flop bet. He's got a %55 FFB.
This guy is floating WIDE. His pf calling range is huge, as is his floating range. That's not to say you should double barrel often though - look at his later street stats too. If he only folds %30 of turns, then just give up without a hand. This all depends on board texture too....
14/9 does the exact same thing, and he's got the same %55 FFB.
This guy's range is so much stronger than the last guy's that generally double barreling will be a bad idea. His ffb seems low, but that's because he'll generally have a hand. Again this all depends on board texture - you might be able to double barrel him off 77 if the board is perfect like 25J with an A turn.
Such a complicated game, I love it Just remember it's a multistreet game and to use as much info as you can.