September 28, 2010
- A d v e r t i s e m e n t
The number of Americans who say they identify with the Tea Party has remained remarkably consistent — and not declined as the liberal media had predicted.
A recent Gallup Poll (taken Aug. 27-30), finds that 30 percent of Americans say they are supporters of the Tea Party movement, while 27 percent say they are opponents – a 2 percent increase in support since March. The remainder were neutral or did not have an opinion.
The finding is consistent with what Gallup has found in four separate polls this year.