Occupy Wall Street - public view on who to blame for economic problems Oct 2011

Public view on who to blame for the economic problems facing the United States as of October 2011

Occupy Wall Street - public view on who to blame for economic problems Oct 2011 The statistic shows a representative survey on the public view on who to blame for the economic problems facing the United States. The survey was done in October 2011 and gives additional information about the political orientation of the respondents. 30 percent of the respondents blame the Wall Street and the corresponding financial institutions.
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Public view on who to blame for the economic problems facing the United States as of October 2011

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Blame Wall Street moreBlame federal government more
Total30%64%
Supporter of Occupy Wall Street54%44%
Supporter of Tea Party17%82%
Republicans16%82%
Independents28%65%
Democrats46%49%
Blame Wall Street moreBlame federal government more
Total30%64%
Supporter of Occupy Wall Street54%44%
Supporter of Tea Party17%82%
Republicans16%82%
Independents28%65%
Democrats46%49%
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The statistic shows a representative survey on the public view on who to blame for the economic problems facing the United States. The survey was done in October 2011 and gives additional information about the political orientation of the respondents. 30 percent of the respondents blame the Wall Street and the corresponding financial institutions.
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