US Voters Support Senate Vote To Overturn Net Neutrality Repeal

Wochit - May 17, 2018

The vast majority of registered voters across both political parties agree with the Senate's vote this week to overturn a repeal by the FCC on Net Neutrality rules.

According to Statista, 82 percent of GOP voters in the United States support Net Neutrality as well as do 90 percent of Democrats.

Based on an online survey of nearly 1,000 voters from March 9-23, 86 percent of total responders say they are in favor of the regulations, which were put in place by the Obama administration in 2015..


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