Destin, FL – October 18, 2011 – (RealEstateRama) — A new opinion poll shows that Americans are unsure whether demonstrations outside of Wall Street will lead to social change. That was the finding of a survey conducted over the past two weeks, during which time the protests elevated to include more than 1,500 cities in the U.S. by the website that forecasted the economic crisis.
Respondents to the Housing Predictor poll were evenly divided on whether the protests
will do any good at all to change Wall Street and bankers’ business practices. About half of those who took the poll said they believed the protests would act to produce change, while the other half feels they would not. Visit Housing Predictor dot com for details on the survey.
The Occupy Wall Street protests, born out of the economic malaises’ and growing dissatisfaction with politicians has drawn millions of people to join in demonstrations across the world. Demonstrations broke out in a handful of foreign countries, including Rome over the weekend. Most have been highlighted by peaceful acts of civil disobedience to bring attention to their cause.
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