More Americans Believe in Witches, UFOs than Support FCC’s “Net Neutrality” Plan

By Published on February 23, 2015

Net neutrality? Matthew Berry, chief of staff to Federal Communications Commissioner Ajit Pai, pointed out that only nine percent of Americans support the commission’s plan to regulate the Internet.

“More Americans believe in witches (21%) than support Pres. Obama’s Internet regulation plan as it stands (9%),” Berry Tweeted on Friday.

Berry was referring to the findings of a poll conducted over the weekend that found that only nine percent of Americans support the “net neutrality” regulations set for a vote next Thursday. The study was conducted by Hart Research Associates, a Democratic polling firm.

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