And in many cases, I've had people say to me, why doesn't the President do, you know,an Oval Office address where we can sort of see his heart on these issues when it comes to racial injustice,when it comes to the fear that people have that the Coronavirus is coming back,that it is emerging in places that people hoped it would not emerge at this point.They want a connection with the President that in many ways they feel they're not getting.And we're seeing it in a lot of this polling that we're seeing.So, regardless of the fact that you can list things that you feel make the case,the connection with what people are seeing and understanding appears to be slipping.Well, the polls are about a horse race numbers.And let's be fair, these polls are precisely where I think they would be right now in that when you look at The New York Times,state race polls, they're both within a few points of each other and they're both under 50 percent by and large.Now, if you look at a state like Wisconsin, which Donald Trump won as the first Republican to win it since 1984, last time Hillary all but ignored it.The methodology The New York Times used this time was fundamentally different.The Republican versus Democratic self-identification was one-point different last time. Now, it was plus seven Democratic.That's important, Martha, because if you're a Democrat, you're gonna be over 85, 90 percent for Joe Biden.Same thing with Republicans. So, if your sample is seven points shy of what it was last time, that's going to affect the polls.But Joe Biden is not above 50 percent for a very significant reason. He hasn't made a compelling case.All right. So, you're saying you don't believe these polls. More disruption. No, I didn't say that, Martha. I did not say that.