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Republicans policy on net neutrality



Should internet service providers be allowed to speed up access to popular websites (that pay higher rates) at the expense of slowing down access to less popular websites (that pay lower rates)?

  Public statementsYes

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Public statements

Answer: Yes

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Republican Party Voters’ Answer: No, this would allow them to remove competition, create artificial scarcity, and increase prices

Importance: Less Important

Reference: Analysis of answers from 59,660 voters that identify as Republican.

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