In Reversal, More Americans Oppose Occupy Wall Street Than Support It

A new poll from Quinnipiac University finds that more Americans view the Occupy Wall Street protests unfavorably than positively.

Just 30 percent of Americans have a favorable view of the protests, while 39 percent do not. Among independent voters, the spread is 29-42 against — a warning sign for Democrats who are trying to bring the movement into the mainstream.

Last month, a CNN poll found that 32 percent of Americans supported the movement, while 29 percent viewed it unfavorably.”

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Here Frank, This Ones for You! “a warning sign for Democrats who are trying to bring the movement into the mainstream.”

That’s You Frank isn’t it? a frickin Bill Board of advertising for the Socialist OWS movement on behalf of the Socialist Democratic Party.

Did you join the Actors Guild yet, I hear they support the Loons too.


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12 responses to “In Reversal, More Americans Oppose Occupy Wall Street Than Support It

  1. carpentersville

    Did you join the Actors Guild yet, I hear they support the Loons too.

    Why do you always attack the views of movie stars as irrevelant? Ronald Reagan was not only a movie star but was the head honcho for the Actor’s Guild.

    What’s wrong with being a Socialist Richard?


    • Ronald Reagan turned conservative Frank, just like I did. Most Actors now are Liberal Fucks, who don’t have a clue on a how Life really is because most are spoiled rotten brats that don’t know or appreciate real work.

      Just like the stupid fucks that are protected and coerced by By Unions. They don’t know what’s it like to get a Job based on merit rather than how well than can kiss the Unions Ass or who they know. UnLike an Individual worker that has to be accountable and prove themselves without any help from any organizations or other nanny protectionism from management’s discretionary policies.

  2. carpentersville

    (CBS/AP) LOWELL, Mass. – An online poll released Sunday of Americans’ views of groups in the news shows Occupy Wall Street conjuring more favorable impressions among the public than their wealthy corporate targets.

    Among 1,005 adults surveyed, 35 percent had a favorable impression of the protest movement that began in New York City and gained support worldwide. Only 16 percent could say the same for Wall Street and large corporations.

    Twenty-nine percent had a favorable impression of the Tea Party movement, and 21 percent of government in Washington.

    Knowledge Networks conducted the survey, asking participants their impressions of the four groups.

    The poll was conducted for the University of Massachusetts at Lowell and the Boston Herald.

    In terms of unpopularity, Wall Street/large corporations tied with Washington government, with 71 percent of those polled saying they had an unfavorable impression of them. The Tea Party movement got a 50 percent unfavorable response, and Occupy Wall Street protesters 40 percent


    So Richard not only does the American public support the Wall Street Occupiers more so than Wall Street, but are seen in less favorable terms than the nuts in the Tea Party.


  3. carpentersville

    Watch Fox News and be as learned as Richard!


  4. carpentersville

    Here’s the latest news for my old friend Richard:

    Mainstream America have just voted for more Socialism!!!!!

    POLITICO Breaking News
    In a victory for unions and Democrats, Ohio has voted to restore collective bargaining rights for public employees. Issue 2, a measure to sustain Republican Gov. John Kasich’s signature achievement in office curbing the power of organized labor, was rejected by a vote of 62 percent to 37 percent, with 19 percent of precincts reporting, according to the Associated Press.

    For more information…

    POLITICO Breaking News
    Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear cruised to reelection Tuesday night, winning a double-digit victory over Republican Senate President David Williams, 57 percent to 31 percent, with 51 percent of precincts reporting, according to the Associated Press.

    Beshear won a second term in a red state despite a bleak budget picture and a state unemployment rate above the national average.

    For more information…


  5. carpentersville

    Another Socialist’s win over the backward Tea Party in the deep South.

    POLITICO Breaking News
    Mississippi voters have rejected Issue 26, which sought to legally define “personhood” as beginning at fertilization. The measure failed 58 percent to 41 percent, with 49 percent of precincts reporting, according to the Associated Press.

    For more information…

  6. Are you upset that politico broke the news on your social conservative Herman Cain? At least they gave him 10 day warning before breaking the news of the sexual harrassment charges.

    Yep and Herman then pretends [lies] that he knew nothing about the allegations and pay offs to these women. The guy is a fake.


  7. What brainwashing? These are facts! Are you refuting them? The rightwing got clobbered yesterday.


    • “The rightwing got clobbered yesterday.”

      The Media got clobbered Yesterday, Especially for you numbs Nuts that believe anything from Politco,

      There is No Proof of anything Frank, No Police reports, No collaboration of evidence or witnesses. I’ve noticed Frank that You’ll believe anything the Left wing dictate’s to You.

  8. Proof?

    Why did the Rest. Association paid two women off and made them sign non-disclosure forms?

    By the way Politico ain’t no leftwing organization. It’s apparent with Cain and his campaign manager are playing fireman and trying to put out the growing number of fires that are raging around Cain’s campaign. Let’s see, first they blame the liberal media, then they blamed the rightwing operatives, then the racists [did he mean the same rightwing operatives?] then they blamed Perry’s campaign and then called all the women liars.

    Fuck yea! Blame everyone, something may stick! Blame the victims [those lying white blonde hair bimbos] ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!


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