Idea - and no, its what we used to refer to in a past workplace as an Idea for Offer and so for discussion and down and out rejection. It could form the basis of something else? The Govt seem to be oh so very keen to follow public opinion in addition to their bad science. We have fear feeding bad science feeding fear currently - a vicious circle that seems to be impossible to leave. YouGov Survey just now - over 70% have not had the virus (or believe that they haven't) yet 72% are pushing for tougher restrictions, think that all non essential retailers should close (64%), all schools should be closed (56%), all cafe's and bars shut (64%). 81% are rushing for a vaccine it would appear in the belief that 58% believe they will have all forms of restrictions on movement and activity lifted in 6 months. 32% believe it will be 2022 and 6% later than that despite 57% believing that 2021 will be a year of economic decline but 26% plan to go away within 3 months of restrictions being lifted, 22% in 6 months and only 24% longer than 12 months. People want their lives back. They are full of fear and think that this is the way out. What if a cleverly crafted survey which gave some information about health concerns was conducted which looks at risk, precautions (with facts), for anonymous conditions with facts about transmission, who it affects, whether it can be eradicated etc. and ask people what they believe is reasonable / what they would want / do or whatever in each situation. Covid would obviously have to be hidden along with whatever else is chosen - for example HIV, meningitis, glandular fever, Hong Kong Flu. Could that then be published and used to sway public opinion and / or policy via MPs?