Most Democrats want companies like Twitter and Facebook to regulate content on their respective platforms, according to a recent Rasmussen Reports national phone and online survey.
The survey revealed 51 percent of American adults believe it is better for the owners of social media to allow free speech without interference. That’s a 10-point dip from 61 percent in January of 2018.
Fifty-seven percent of Democrats said social media companies should regulate what is posted to make sure some people are not offended. That’s a 32-point jump since 2018.
Seventy-two percent of Republicans and 54 percent of unaffiliated voters believe Facebook and Twitter should allow free speech without interference.