The Fighting TenIf you thought the Tea Party Movement wasn't going anywhere, you're right:
Despite the claims by some that the Tea Party is "going nowhere" is not borne out by this poll. One in ten people joining in a mass political movement Statewide is no small number, nor is 26 per cent movement identification. While those numbers seem low, it should be remembered that if there is as many people who consider themselves "members," that is more than enough to build an activist base. Ten percent is a good core to build activists from who man phone banks, put up signs, go on door-to-door campaign runs, write letters to the editor-and give money to political campaigns.