About 2,000 in 100 towns and 44 regions took the pool on March 27 through the 28. Fifty-five percent agreed that the finger print database would be helpful. Thirty percent feared that the database might have negative repercussions, such as a possible leak that can be used by criminals. Furthermore, some opponents of the poll saw this proposed measure as totalitarian and an invasion
of privacy. Despite the 55% of respondents who agreed that the database would be helpful, only 45% were ready to provide their fingerprints. Twenty-two percent said they would not provide the prints if asked, and 24% said that they do not care either way. Nineteen percent has had their fingerprints taken, while 80% had never undergone the fingerprinting procedure.