Goldman Sachs, Goldman Sachs, clicking in the votes?

» Goldman Sachs, Goldman Sachs, clicking in the votes?

Between 3.41pm and 3.57pm yesterday, little more than 24 hours after the Robin Hood tax campaign’s high-profile launch, supporters noticed a sudden spike in the number of people rejecting the plan in their online poll. More than 1,700 came from a Goldman-registered server, with the rest from what appeared to be a personal address. It was unclear whether the stunt involved an individual or a number of people. Goldman said: “We have just received this information, and we are investigating the matter fully.”

Someone at Goldman Sachs has far too much time on their hands. They may find that may not be a problem for much longer.

I doubt Goldman would particularly care what we voted for in a poll, and certainly wouldn’t waste more than ten minutes trying to influence it: even Goldman is firmly aware that, as an industry, most individuals rate us lower than the leech.

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