-Headline of the Day-
"Poll: Half the country has heard about the Occupy Wall Street protests."
CNN is out with a good news/bad news poll. The good news is "roughly half" (51%) of the people CNN polled were aware of the Occupy Wall Street protests and the bad news is that, of them, 54% don't have an opinion about them either way. But the bad news breaks down further as good bad news for the 99-percenters and bad bad news for the people backing the suits. CNN reports that "27% say they agree with the movement's overall position on the financial system and social change, with 19% saying disagree with Occupy Wall Street on those issues."
In better news for the 99-percenters, Occupy Wall Street is winning the internet by an extremely wide margin. "Those who use social media were more likely to support the goals of the movement, with a full third of those respondents saying they agreed with the group's overall position," reports The Hill. "Only 14 percent of social media users said they did not support the protesters."
It's a start. Occupy Facebook! (CNN)
-GOP consistency on display-
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No comment needed, I guess. (DailyKos)
"Almost Twice As Many People Have Heard of Occupy Wall Street As Rick Perry."
Or, "Fun With Mix-and-Match Polling." (Wonkette)