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A local politician has suggested changing the name of the major thoroughfare, Poplar Avenue, to Popular Avenue in order to get more tourist traffic on the street.
Which of the following, if true, would strengthen the argument the most?
Taxpayers would have to pay for the changing of all street signs.
Maps would remain inaccurate until new versions could be produced.
Poplar Avenue, already saturated with traffic, will be inundated with even more cars.
The current businesses on Poplar Avenue are all tourist-oriented.
Poplar Avenue is plagued with potholes.