Critic/author Jody Rosen drew my attention to a Zogby/Lear Center survey of political beliefs and entertainment preferences among 3939 American adults. Down at the bottom you find this surprising result: "Although moderates are less enamored with it, classical music barely nudged ahead of rock as the most popular music genre overall." Almost 62% of respondents said they listen to it. In fact, the basic value of classical music seems to be one of the few things that people of all political stripes agree on. You wouldn't know this from watching the major TV networks or reading magazines such as Time and Newsweek. The question, of course, is what people mean by "listening." Do they go to concerts? Do they buy CDs? Put your money where your mouth is, America!