Survey Assumptions

Outside the UN in New York City, a pollster was attempting to take a survey on a local topic.

Four men walked by: a Saudi, an Ethiopian, a North Korean, and a resident New Yorker. The pollster cleared his throat and said to the men, “Excuse me, I would like to ask you your opinion on the current meat shortage.”

The Saudi replied, “What is a shortage?”

The Ethiopian asked, “What is meat?”

The North Korean queried, “What is an opinion?”

The New Yorker responded, “What is ‘Excuse me?'”

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