But these are rigorous in the sense that it’s as rigorous as any Pew Research poll. So, we can use that and tell the legislature that in our next anti-scam law or anti-fraud law or whatever, we’re now pushing only those things that people have already agreed on. And we’re leaving out the things that people feel should be the purview of the private sector. And so, if we can keep doing this, then it creates new demands on the private sector that the municipality can then very safely rise to meet because they already know this has national approval. They don’t have to view the legitimacy case by themselves. So, if the national government can keep doing this for all emerging issues, then it prepares the municipality for a race to safety. Not a race to risk when it comes to citizenization.

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