Or at least Harvard students do--The Harvard Crimson reports that "By a three-to-one margin, undergraduates do not think that Lawrence H. Summers should resign his post as University president, according to a poll conducted by The Crimson this weekend."
As at Dartmouth, of course, the opinion of students in terms of administrative decisions means absolutely nothing.
Jim Wright, however, should take note: getting professors pissed off at you is a great way to rally student support.
(via Andrew Sullivan)
Edit: As I said, students have no input. Despite his massive popularity among students (I'm being entirely facetious here, just so you know), rumor has it that Summers will tender his resignation tomorrow. We'll know then I guess.