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[[http://freespeechforpeople.org/sites/default/files/FSFP%20Nationwide%20Voter%20Survey-1.pdf Free Speech for People survey of general public about faith in government and money in politics]]
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Occupy Specific surveys and studies:
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[[http://eartothegroundproject.org/ 150 Interviews/Case studies, etc]]
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[[https://docs.google.com/document/d/1L-3w-9o_xIHiSeYfgLLNml6SjpEqpu0TNxxwYx1zqpg/edit?hl=en_US&pli=1 Google Doc Crowd Sourced List of Writings/Studies]] WARNING, it doesn't play nicely with older browsers.
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[[http://wiki.occupyboston.org/images/e/e6/Occupy_Boston_Survey.xls The "Original" Occupy Boston Survey]] Done at Camp Dewey...Autumn 2011
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The one that a few of us are doing "now": [[http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/VMHPYB2 Take the survey to see the results]]
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"What do We Want" declarations and news:
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http://occupywallst.org/forum/10-goals-for-occupy-wall-street/
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http://coupmedia.org/the-sovereign-peoples-movement/3-2-judicial-and-peer-review.html
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http://www.nolanchart.com/article9022-occupy-wall-streets-list-of-demands.html
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Gallop Poll about the public wanting less corporate influence:
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http://www.gallup.com/poll/145871/majority-wants-less-corporate-influence.aspx
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Move to Amend study on corporate personhood:
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https://movetoamend.org/press-release/democracy-activists-challenge-parties-take-stand-corporate-personhood
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More on Corporate Personhood:
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The Hart survey found broad, bipartisan support for the notion of amending the U.S. Constitution to affirm that corporations don’t have the same rights as people, effectively overturning Citizens United. Eighty-seven percent of Democrats, 82 percent of Independents, and 68 percent of Republicans said they would support such an amendment.”/
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    http://www.bloomingtonalternative.com/node/10871 
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Bill McKibben is calling for a constitutional amendment to undo the damage the Supreme Court did when it declared corporations as persons.  http://www.voterrollcall.com/client/PollReport.aspx?g=ce694372-aa8e-48c2-83c1-e093151c0906
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Poll done pre-Occupy Data Collected: 08/03/2010 - 08/05/2010 Look through results supports the cause

Latest revision as of 01:51, 11 June 2013

[Free Speech for People survey of general public about faith in government and money in politics]

Occupy Specific surveys and studies:

[150 Interviews/Case studies, etc]

[Google Doc Crowd Sourced List of Writings/Studies] WARNING, it doesn't play nicely with older browsers.

[The "Original" Occupy Boston Survey] Done at Camp Dewey...Autumn 2011

The one that a few of us are doing "now": [Take the survey to see the results]


"What do We Want" declarations and news:

http://occupywallst.org/forum/10-goals-for-occupy-wall-street/

http://coupmedia.org/the-sovereign-peoples-movement/3-2-judicial-and-peer-review.html

http://www.nolanchart.com/article9022-occupy-wall-streets-list-of-demands.html


Gallop Poll about the public wanting less corporate influence:

http://www.gallup.com/poll/145871/majority-wants-less-corporate-influence.aspx

Move to Amend study on corporate personhood:

https://movetoamend.org/press-release/democracy-activists-challenge-parties-take-stand-corporate-personhood

More on Corporate Personhood:

The Hart survey found broad, bipartisan support for the notion of amending the U.S. Constitution to affirm that corporations don’t have the same rights as people, effectively overturning Citizens United. Eighty-seven percent of Democrats, 82 percent of Independents, and 68 percent of Republicans said they would support such an amendment.”/

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   http://www.bloomingtonalternative.com/node/10871  

Bill McKibben is calling for a constitutional amendment to undo the damage the Supreme Court did when it declared corporations as persons. http://www.voterrollcall.com/client/PollReport.aspx?g=ce694372-aa8e-48c2-83c1-e093151c0906 Poll done pre-Occupy Data Collected: 08/03/2010 - 08/05/2010 Look through results supports the cause