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Cable Industry Survey Finds People Support Net Neutrality Principles

A consumer survey conducted by the NCTA -- The Internet & Television Association reveals widespread support for rules that prohibit broadband providers from blocking or throttling material and from charging for prioritized delivery. Sixty-one percent of more than 2,100 consumers surveyed said they support prohibitions on blocking, throttling and paid fast lanes, while just 18% of respondents oppose those prohibitions.

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