Additional Research

More Voters Hold Unfavorable than Favorable View of Occupy Wall Street Movement

November 8, 2011

Resurgent Republic conducted a survey of 1000 American voters October 30 through November 2, 2011, with full results available here. Following are key highlights pertaining to the Occupy Wall Street Movement:

1. If President Obama's reelection campaign is a referendum on the incumbent, as are almost all reelection campaigns, then he remains in deep trouble a year out from the election, because Americans believe the country is worse off than when he was inaugurated.

When evaluating the condition of the country, today a majority of American voters:



The only measure on which Americans believe the country is better off is safety from terrorists, where 39 percent say we are better, 38 percent the same, and 20 percent worse.

2. Because Americans believe the country has declined on Obama's watch, his reelection numbers are stuck in the low 40s.


Read the full report: Voters Believe America Is Worse Off Than When Obama Took Office


Filed under: Political Climate and Polling Analysis