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The Occupy Wall Street protests are nearing its fourth week of rallies and fed up middle and lower class defining themselves as the 99%. The protests, starting in the financial district in New York City on September 17, 2011, have spread nationwide to about 900 cities in such a short period of time. Garnering the most media attention since a demonstration, turned massive arrest spree, ended with 700 people in handcuffs and a temporary shut down of the Brooklyn Bridge, Occupy Wall Street has become a household name.

Now the question on everyone’s mind is ‘What do they want?’ and ‘Who are the 99%?’

Here’s a few answers we managed to come up with

Check out the rest of our Occupy Wall Street coverage