How many people that you meet know about sociocracy? Has that changed? How?

Hey there
I have a question for anyone who reads here.

Years ago, it would have been rare to run into someone who happened to know about sociocracy.
Now, I hear anecdotally that this has changed. @Abbie told me stories about cooperatives in the UK being more and more aware of sociocracy - and considering it what they do.
It’s certainly true around me as well, in self-managed teams in business, more and more in nonprofits that want to have collaborative leadership styles, and, of course, in intentional communities.

I’d love to hear some anecdotes from you all, especially those who have been familiar with sociocracy for more than 2 years or so. But really, I’d like to hear all stories of random people coincidentally knowing about sociocracy.

P.S. For more context: this is a key question in the context of our Theory Of Change (see impact report pages 5 onwards ). We want to know about those early signs of people knowing about sociocracy, and maybe even considering it “normal”.