Given Mitt Romney's earlier answer on his work in private equity, it is worth looking at the attack he can expect to fend off from President Obama.
Liberals have been beating the issue of income inequality to death this year. It has been a concerted or at least loosely organized effort. It has coincided nicely with the Occupy movement.
Well, Gallup has a very interesting poll that shows just how pressing Americans find the issue of income inequality -- not much, and a lot less than they did just a few years ago.
Americans are now less likely to see U.S. society as divided into the "haves" and "have nots" than they were in 2008, returning to their views prior to that point. A clear majority, 58%, say they do not think of America in this way, after Americans were divided 49% to 49% in the summer of 2008.