off-topic has 24 questions, scope has 10 questions, and on-topic has 29 questions and no tag wiki.
I don't see why we would need more than just one tag for this. They're all about the same thing really, and 9 questions are even tagged with both on-topic and off-topic!
site-policy has 69 questions, 13 with on-topic, 10 with off-topic, 5 with both, and 2 with scope.
Now, topicality might be an appropriate term, but I haven't seen it used on any meta site.
MSE has 303 questions under scope, 430 under off-topic, and... a grand total of 0 for on-topic.
Here's the MSE tag wiki for scope (emphasis mine):
scope is used to define what is pertinent to discussion.
Generally, the scope determines what the site is about. Issues arising
from scope might have to do with whether a certain question is
on-topic or not, but also can be used to evaluate whether an entire
topic should be up for discussion (especially as it pertains to
specific Stack Exchange sites).
Using this tag indicates that the question is requesting help with
scope (normally as a specific use of a general topic), and answers
should generally relate to the scope of the site and whether the topic
raised generally relates. It also may be the case where a user has a
question, but doesn't know where it belongs.
Looks like it's our definition of "scope" that's too narrow.
Hence, I suggest we burn on-topic, redefine scope and retag [up to] 30 meta-questions (10+29-9) with off-topic, which becomes the new king of topicality questions, as it seems to be on the majority of SE sites.