U.S. Representative from Hawaii's 2nd congressional district.
Public statementsYes, social media companies are politically biased and need to be regulated
Tulsi Gabbard’s answer is based on the following data:
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
25% Voter Support: 3 support and 9 oppose this candidate’s public statement on this issue.
Updated 17hrs ago
Answer: No, the government should not determine what is fake or real news
Importance: More Important
Reference: Analysis of answers from 5,191 voters that have pledged to vote for Tulsi Gabbard in the 2020 Presidential election.
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Democratic Party Voters’ Answer: No, the government should not determine what is fake or real news
Importance: Less Important
Reference: Analysis of answers from 2,276 voters that identify as Democratic.
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