POLL: 80% say unfiltered info, even if inaccurate, is better than censorship

Comment by Jim Campbell

June 17, 2021

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Most say allowing unfettered free speech is preferable to the government deciding what speech should be allowed, says a recent Scott Rasmussen poll.

This is true even though some some speech may be offensive or inaccurate, according to the poll.

While 80% of the poll voters favored free speech, only 9% said it would be better to let the government decide what speech should be heard, according to Scott Rasmussen.

Click on the link below to read about related Scott Rasmussen.com poll results:

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