We asked respondents to #OWSSurvey about their participation in the Occupy Wall Street Protests (#ows) and about their support for Occupy Wall Street. We recoded both variables into three categories (Yes, Neutral, No). Combining the information on support for OWS and participation in the protests leads to 9 possibilities. This table comes from wave 3 of the survey conducted between November 10-12 and we show the combined information on support and participation in OWS. The data suggest that 41.1% of the sample supports and also participated in OWS and another 14.5% support OWS but were neutral in their participation. Close to 32.7% of respondents told us they supported Occupy Wall Street but had not participated in the protests and another 2.7% said they were neutral in their support for OWS and had not participated in the protests. We combined the remaining four possibilities (Neutral support\Participated; Did not support\Participated; Neutral support\Neutral participation; No Support\Neutral participation) into the “other” category that includes 1.2% of respondents (70 cases). The detailed breakdown of those 70 cases appears in the table (post) below. 

We asked respondents to #OWSSurvey about their participation in the Occupy Wall Street Protests (#ows) and about their support for Occupy Wall Street. We recoded both variables into three categories (Yes, Neutral, No). Combining the information on support for OWS and participation in the protests leads to 9 possibilities. This table comes from wave 3 of the survey conducted between November 10-12 and we show the combined information on support and participation in OWS. The data suggest that 41.1% of the sample supports and also participated in OWS and another 14.5% support OWS but were neutral in their participation. Close to 32.7% of respondents told us they supported Occupy Wall Street but had not participated in the protests and another 2.7% said they were neutral in their support for OWS and had not participated in the protests. We combined the remaining four possibilities (Neutral support\Participated; Did not support\Participated; Neutral support\Neutral participation; No Support\Neutral participation) into the “other” category that includes¬†1.2% of respondents (70 cases). The detailed breakdown of those 70 cases appears in the table (post) below.¬†