Regulate Big Tech? That’s not a top priority for most voters
One of Senator Elizabeth Warren’s (D-MA) top agenda items should she be elected president of the United States is to regulate big tech companies and break up the likes of Facebook, Google, Amazon, and Apple on antitrust grounds. However, she may want to focus her campaign on student loan forgiveness, or universal childcare, or any of her seemingly endless supply of policy plans, because a new survey reveals that regulating Big Tech just isn’t that big of a deal for American voters (yet).
A new poll of registered voters from Morning Consult and Politico found that just 17% think tech regulation should be a top priority for Congress, by far the lowest out of all the issues that respondents were asked to prioritize.