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23 Percent of Voters Fear Feds Over Big Tech

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Wednesday, 02 October 2019 03:42 PM Current | Bio | Archive

When it comes to the use of new technology in general, 23% fear the federal government more than tech companies. A ScottRasmussen.com national survey found that 20% are more afraid of tech companies while 37% are equally afraid of both. Just 12% are not afraid of either group.

Republicans are a bit more fearful of tech companies while Democrats are more fearful of the federal government. Given a wide range of other polling data, it is likely those dynamics would shift with a Democrat in the White House.

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Given a wide range of other polling data, it is likely those dynamics would shift with a Democrat in the White House.
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