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Canadian perspectives on the U.S. decision to remove net neutrality as of January 2017, by region
Canadians attitudes towards U.S. net neutrality laws 2017, by region
This statistic shows the Canadian perspectives on the U.S. decision to remove net neutrality as of January 2017, broken down by region. The findings show that although in every region across Canada the majority of respondents said that they agreed that the U.S. decision to remove net neutrality was a bad one, more Canadians in Quebec felt this way than in other parts of the country. A total of 85 percent of respondents in Quebec said that they felt this way, with just 15 percent feeling that the decision was a good one compared to 22 percent in British Columbia who said the same.
Canadian perspectives on the U.S. decision to remove net neutrality as of January 2017, by region
The U.S. decision to remove net neutrality is a good oneThe U.S. decision to remove net neutrality is a bad one
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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

Supplementary notes

Question: Which statement do you personally agree with most?

Canadians attitudes towards U.S. net neutrality laws 2017, by region
This statistic shows the Canadian perspectives on the U.S. decision to remove net neutrality as of January 2017, broken down by region. The findings show that although in every region across Canada the majority of respondents said that they agreed that the U.S. decision to remove net neutrality was a bad one, more Canadians in Quebec felt this way than in other parts of the country. A total of 85 percent of respondents in Quebec said that they felt this way, with just 15 percent feeling that the decision was a good one compared to 22 percent in British Columbia who said the same.
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