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It is when you want to join into a crowd of people. Like be like everyone else.

Be like other people, one of the 7 Propaganda techniques.
appeals to everyone is doing it
This type of propaganda makes you feel like everyone else feels about the issue. The other people make you feel like they are urging you to go along with the majority. If everyone feels one way, chances are you will do the same.

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