Those numbers aren't equal. Were there a lot of people in that first image that just hadn't said one way or the other yet and have only been included in the second image?
Because only 15 seemed to change their mind between the two pieces of 'data', which means if they joined the other side, that's 55 who weren't included in the first.
I only mention this because the news I was hearing over here about this when it popped up on the news BEFORE the blackout day, it was that the SOPA was already dead and didn't have the support to go through anyway.
I don't know about the PIPA one, but our news was saying that it wasn't an issue any more, and this was a day or so before the Black Out.
Just wondering how we were getting more up to date news about the bill than America was.