But remember, the whole world is watching or something.
A little more than half of all Americans have heard of the Occupy Wall Street movement, according to the results of an ORC International Caravan Poll released on Monday, with more saying they have a positive view of the movement than saying they have a negative view.Coverage was slow to pick up on it? Really? Stories on this group of human debris has buried the already-scant news coverage of Obama's massive fast and Furious and Solyndra scandals, which is probably why Democrats are so eager to support the anarchists.
The poll showed that 51 percent of Americans have heard of the Occupy Wall Street movement, while 49 percent said they have not heard of the movement.
Protesters have been assembled in Zuccotti Park near the New York Stock Exchange since September 17th in effort to draw attention to inequalities in the financial system that they claim favor the wealthy.
While the mainstream media was relatively slow to pick up on the Occupy Wall Street movement, coverage of the group has increased steadily as the protests have spread from lower Manhattan to other major cities across the country.
The poll found that 27 percent of Americans generally agree with the group's overall position, while 19 percent disagree. Fifty-four percent said they have no opinion, partly reflecting the 49 percent that have not heard of the movement.I notice most media have been slow to do any polling on this at all, likely because they won't like the results.