A survey commissioned by the BBC and others finds that Iraqis don't agree with what most others (including the BBC) say about the state of their state. What does it prove? What should be concluded from this? That those stuck in the middle can't appreciate the bigger issues? That a wrong committed which improves their lives remains nonetheless a wrong? Maybe. Maybe not. Those with a better head for the moral high ground can safely be left there while others deal with dirty reality.