The survey also found that Sheehan, who has been protesting the war outside Bush’s ranch near Crawford, Tex., has become the most visible symbol of the anti-war movement. Fully three in four Americans have heard or read about her.
Sheehan met last year with Bush at an event for military families and has been seeking another meeting with him. Slightly more than half of the country — 52 percent — say Bush should meet her again while 46 percent said he should not. Fifty-three percent support what she is doing while 42 percent oppose.
Have we reached a tipping point yet? If not, what will it take to get there?