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Tulsi Gabbard’s policy on social media regulation

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Should the government regulate social media sites, as a means to prevent fake news and misinformation?

  Public statementsYes, social media companies are politically biased and need to be regulated

Tulsi Gabbard’s answer is based on the following data:

Public statements

Answer: Yes, social media companies are politically biased and need to be regulated

Reference: “There’s just been news recently about Facebook banning certain individuals . . . because of their speech. They disagree with t...” ‐breitbart.com

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Tulsi Gabbard voters

Answer: No, the government should not determine what is fake or real news

Importance: Somewhat Important

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Party’s support base

Democratic Party Voters’ Answer: No, social media companies are private and should not be regulated by the government

Importance: Less Important

Reference: Analysis of answers from 2,278 voters that identify as Democratic.

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