The COVID-19 pandemic has moved much of our daily lives online, underscoring the need for fast, reliable, and universally-accessible broadband for all.
A new poll by IIA and Morning Consult reflects this increased reliance on high-speed internet and finds strong support among American voters for using Congressional authority to improve broadband access. 90% of US voters said they would support using Congressional funds to expand internet access for those currently living in areas not serviced by a broadband provider and 88% support Congress providing financial assistance to those who cannot afford broadband. 62% said Congress should act immediately to close the digital divide.
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