Canadians attitudes towards net neutrality laws 2017, by region

This statistic shows the perspectives on net neutrality laws in Canada as of January 2017, broken down by region. The findings show that 53 percent of responding Canadians in British Columbia said that Canada needs a specific net neutrality law, compared to 39 percent of respondents in Alberta who said the same.

Perspectives on net neutrality laws in Canada as of January 2017, by region

Canada needs a specific net neutrality lawThe current protections for net neutrality through the CRTC are sufficient, no new law is necessaryThere should be no set net neutrality regulations in Canada, including the ones we already have
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Source

Release date

April 2018

Region

Canada

Survey time period

January 23 to 26, 2017

Number of respondents

1,520 respondents

Age group

18 years and older

Method of interview

Online survey

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