17%
Yes
83%
No
14%
Yes
71%
No
1%
Yes, only if it’s strictly based on a pay-per-quality model
8%
No, treat all traffic equally and continue the openness of the internet
1%
Yes, this would make the internet faster and more reliable for users
4%
No, this would allow them to remove competition, create artificial scarcity, and increase prices
1%
Yes, but only give priority by type (video over images) and not source (big website over little website)

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Other Popular Answers

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 @4T2WTMMfrom Colorado answered…4yrs4Y

Internet should be a service like water, sewer and electric. Just another utility.

 @53LH4W3from New York answered…4yrs4Y

No. The internet should be treated as a utility like it is in other countries. Our access speed is much slower than other countries and it's embarrassing.

 @99MFTPG from Washington answered…1yr1Y

 @97KSZBQ from Georgia answered…2yrs2Y

 @8X84398 from Florida answered…3yrs3Y

No, treat all traffic equally and continue the openness of the internet and this would allow them to remove competition, create artificial scarcity, and increase prices.

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