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Survey: 11% of Wall Street Occupiers are Green Party members

Via Dave Schwab at Green Party Watch:

On the New York Times blog “The Caucus”, a post entitled “Occupy Protestors Down on Obama, Survey Finds” has some interesting numbers for Greens:

Dr. Panagopoulos described the protesters as “disgruntled Democrats.” Sixty percent of those surveyed said they voted for Barack Obama in 2008, and about three-quarters now disapprove of Mr.

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Gallup: Americans Give Equally Low Ratings to Both Parties in Congress

Gallup.com-poll

Gallup tells us 58% of Democrats approve of Dems in Congress.  Republicans give them 8%.  Average that, and you get 32%.

Independents give an approval rating to the Dems of 24%  The same story for the Republicans.

Third Party, Independent and unaffiliated voters taken as a whole, disapprove of Congress more than voters who affilate with either of the two Stale Old Parties.… Read more ...

Libertarian Party Survey: 2012 Convention Date

Email from Libertarian Party national headquarters:

Dear Libertarian,

When is the best time for the Libertarian Party to hold its 2012 Presidential nominating convention? Below are arguments for three alternatives: before, during and after Memorial Day weekend. Following those arguments is a link to a survey, which has three boxes you can check to indicate which date or dates you prefer.… Read more ...

Damon Eris: ‘A Rough Guide to the Third Party and Independent Blogosphere’

Posted by Damon Eris at Poli-Tea:

Is there such a thing as the third party and independent blogosphere? A web search for “third party blogosphere” returns less than ten results. Certainly there are innumerable blogs devoted to third party and independent politics across the political spectrum, but taken together they lack the cohesion characteristic of the networks dedicated to pushing the Democratic and Republican Parties and the two-party system.… Read more ...

A peek into Nader supporters’ heads

A few weeks ago, Ralph Nader‘s presidential campaign sent an email out to its subscribed supporters. It asked them to fill out a short survey about the top five most important issues to them politically. There was a pre-provided list, which included all of Nader’s main campaign issues (which can be seen here), and you could write in any other choice.… Read more ...