It appears there's not much left but some hangers-on, some homeless people and the hard-core supporters.
Two of the occupiers that were near me were smoking weed and talking about tripping on acid the other night. Really feral looking too and so spaced out he wasn't making a whole lot of sense.
One spokesperson who got up to talk before the gig didn't have much to say, except for how long he'd "been there" - which evidently been only half the time really, because he was back living at home because staying there was putting his marriage at risk. When asked how to "get involved" it was suggested that one could come down with supplies, or play music... you know, real world-changing stuff.
The next spokesperson that got up wasn't much better. Generic "we can make a difference" stuff but not specifics about what they want changed, or how. She too was a part-timer, who went back home a lot.
I felt embarrassed for them actually. Incoherent, awkward and very vague speeches.
...just my impression of what I saw. But it seems to be a bunch of leftovers.