(POLL) Americans support Musk exposing ‘Twitter Files’

Most Americans support new Twitter owner Elon Musk exposing how censorship occurred on the site under the previous ownership.

That’s according to the latest Rasmussen Reports.

The national survey found that 63% of American adults approve of Musk’s decision to authorize publication of the “Twitter files,” including 42% who “strongly approved.”

Nineteen percent (19%) disapproved and 18% were not sure.

Among other revelations, the “Twitter files” exposed that the FBI paid Twitter $3.4 million to compensate the social media company for “administration costs” of dealing with the agency’s censorship requests.

Seventy-eight percent (78%) of Republicans, 54% of Democrats and 59% of those not affiliated with either major party approve of Musk’s decision to publish the “Twitter files.”

Fifty-six percent (56%) of adults said they rarely or never use Twitter.

Thirteen percent (13%) use the social media platform once a week or less, another 13% use Twitter several times a week, and another 13% use it every day or nearly every day.

Among daily users, 65% approve of Musk’s decision to publish the “Twitter files.”

To see survey question wording, click here.

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3 thoughts on “(POLL) Americans support Musk exposing ‘Twitter Files’”

  1. While I appreciate Mr. Musk exposing what we, conservatives already knew, it’s good to see it all come into the light. Now the question is: what will be done about it?

    It also appears to me that someone should repay the millions the FBI (aka the taxpayers) paid Twitter.

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