The latest Field Poll shows California voters evenly split on the "Occupy" movement. Those who identify think financial institutions are responsible for today's economy. The other side blames the government. From New York to Oakland, occupiers have been removed by force, providing additional visibility and, for some, a kind of credibility. Occupy LA is barely holding on. Is it all over, or has it generated the kind of energy that can make it rise again? If it has an impact on next year's elections will it be good for Democrats or Republicans?
Occupy Movement's Last Gasp or a New Beginning?
Ian Thompson - ANSWER Coalition, John Heilemann - Bloomberg Politics / Showtime's 'The Circus' - @jheil, Frank Newport - Gallup Poll - @gallup, Charles C.W. Cooke - National Review - @charlescwcooke, Michael Kazin - Georgetown University