MIXED SUPPORT FOR OCCUPY WALL STREET IN NEW JERSEY; BUT MOST SAY CAMPS SHOULD NOT BE SHUT DOWN

Posted at 12:01 pm November 15, 2011, in NYPD, Rutgers-Eagleton Poll

On the heels of today’s early morning removal of Occupy Wall Street protestors from Zuccotti Park by New York City police, a new Rutgers-Eagleton Poll shows that nearly two-thirds of New Jersey registered voters who are aware of the Occupy movement believe the protestors should be allowed to maintain their camps and demonstrations. Only 23 percent say officials should shut down the camps and arrest those who will not leave. The poll, taken Nov. 9-12 before the New York crackdown, asked those who have heard about the protest whether the actions of police in other cities were appropriate.

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