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Black Occupy Wall StreetAfrican Americans are more likely to support the Occupy Movement compared to other Americans, a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal/ poll reports.

According to the poll, 45 percent of African Americans support the Occupy Movement as compared to 32 percent of all Americans.

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The Grio Reports:

Americans would like to see the Obama administration improve oversight of Wall Street and banks, according to the poll, with 48 percent of African-Americans and 74 percent of the general population polled saying that the administration has fallen short of their expectations with regard to oversight of the financial sector.

Read more at the Grio.

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