Three-in-Four Voters Favor Reinstating Net Neutrality

A new public consultation survey has found that a large, bipartisan majority of Americans (73%) support reinstating net neutrality, including 82% of Democrats, 65% of Republicans, and 68% of Independents.  The online survey of 2,702 registered voters was conducted by the Program for Public Consultation at the University of Maryland (PPC). Respondents were given a short briefing…

Nearly 80% of Voters Support Prohibiting Foreign Entities from Funding Ballot Measures

College Park, MD – A strong bipartisan majority of eight-in-ten voters favor Congress banning foreign individuals and entities from spending money to influence ballot initiatives. Support is robust across party affiliation (Republicans 77%, Democrats 84%, independents 74%) and congressional districts (very red districts 74%, very blue districts 80%). While federal law prohibits foreign entities from spending…