Just 37 percent of Americans say they support the Occupy Wall Street movement exploding across the country, a new poll Friday shows.
Although there is not widespread backing of the protests in New York and other cities around the United States, over half — 58 percent — say they are angry about the nation’s political situation, according to the Associated Press-GfK poll. In January, 49 percent said they felt furious when they thought about U.S. politics.
While many say politics makes them angry, even more — nine out of 10 — say the political situation frustrates them, the AP wrote. Almost the same number told pollsters they are disappointed with the nation’s politics.
The problem is that all those pissed-off people aren’t pissed-off at the same things.