Another week, another poll which suggests that a majority of New Yorkers agree with schoolchildren, tourists and Al Gore in supporting Occupy Wall Street—and even those who don't support it are understanding OWS's message. According to the new Quinnipiac poll, 58 - 28 percent agree with the views of the Wall Street protesters, and 60 percent understand the protesters' views "fairly well" or "very well." "Most New Yorkers, even upstaters and suburban voters, say they get the Wall Street protesters' message," Carroll said. "And by 2-1, voters agree with the complaints about bankers and Wall Streeters," said Maurice Carroll, director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute.

An overwhelming four out of five voters support the protesters' right to demonstrate. Carroll added that, "There's wide approval for the one specific message that's being heard Downtown—support for a continued state 'Millionaire's Tax.'" Of course, these are very similar results to Quinnipiac's last poll, Reuters/Ipsos's poll the week before that. The poll doesn't mention whether this means voters support a ACORN-controlled socialist cabal, but it likely means voters agree that James O'Keefe dresses like Ringo Starr.

Of course, you might be referring to OWS as Occupy Wall Street Inc. very soon: in the wake of increasing internal criticism (particular from those drummers!), the Finance Committee branch of OWS has been meeting with lawyers and accountants to get a handle on donations and spending. As a result, they may need to incorporate and apply for 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status, which may result in serious changes for the leaderless movement—including naming leaders. "We want accountability. It's a challenge every time to vote when we want to move a tent or take out the trash," said Brooklyn artist/writer Chris Cobb, who has been helping plan the movements next big event: Occupalooza.