I don't think so. I honestly think they should be arrested. They can have their campaigns, they can hang fliers, but I need to get to school/work. So they don't need to disrupt me or anyone elses day in such a way. There are better ways to do it, blocking my car, makes me want to not listen to what you have to say, what.so.ever.
This pretty much. However, we (each one of us) tend to know things from the Media, our work or people and surroundings close to us. Not that we only learn from them, but the infuence is stronger from them.
Protesting so openly gives us the idea of a group or very unsatisfied people from something, hence learning that something is not right. It may interest us, it may not. This is all to it; everything else is just a nuisance to everybody else except the in-problem people.
"Ok, I realise that something's wrong. It interests me/I wanna join/I don't see what's the problem/you don't let me work!" etc.