60 percent of US voters support current net neutrality rules, poll says
A survey conducted in the USA by Politico and Morning Consult shows that 60% of registered voters support the net neutrality rules that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) adopted in 2015. More specifically, 34% of respondents indicated they strongly supported the rules, while 26% said they somewhat supported them. Only 17% either strongly or somewhat oppose the rules, while 23% do not have an opinion. A total of 2051 registered voters participated in the poll, which was conducted on 15–19 June.