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According to Claudius, what is the general public opinion of Hamlet?
People are frightened of him because they’ve heard news of Polonius’s murder.
People are fond of him and therefore protective of him, despite his recent actions.
People think he is still disconsolate over the loss of his father, which they find strange.
People think he is incapable of wrongdoing and that he should be treated with impunity.
People think he is spoiled and they are disgusted at his royal sense of entitlement.