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America to Dems: Stop worrying about the “class warfare” criticism

Greg Sargent at The Plum Line reports some new and, hopefully, energizing poll results for progressives from Pew Research.

Here’s the lead from the post:

“Pew Research has just released the most detailed polling I’ve seen yet on Occupy Wall Street, economic fairness, rising inequality, and the lack of Wall Street accountability. If these numbers don’t put an end to the nonsense about how Dems risk alienating the “middle of the country” by embracing a populist “class warfare” message, nothing will…”

Click here to read the entire post.

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