A new Gallup poll shows that the number of Americans who feel big government is the biggest threat to the country's future dwarfs those who fear big business. When asked to choose between big government, big business or big labor, 64 percent say they are wary of the federal government – which is just short of a record high, while just 26 percent name big business – oil, banking and other corporations. That could be read as Tea Party thinking vs. Occupy Wall Street. So what does this mean for the American sentiment?