According to a new Trafalgar Group Poll that was taken of 1,085 likely general election voters between November 30 and December 3, a majority of 52.3 percent support Musk's endeavor to make Twitter a "more free and transparent platform."
While 31.3 percent do not agree with Musk's efforts to bring free speech back to Twitter, 16.3 percent of those polled are unsure how they feel about the changes. If the "not sure" option is withdrawn, then those that support making Twitter more transparent rise to 62.6 percent, with only 37.4 not supporting the move.
Almost 60 percent of Democrats polled do not support bringing transparency and free speech to Twitter, while Republicans overwhelmingly support the shift, with a solid 84.8 percent supporting musk. Most voters with no party affiliation side with Republicans, with 54.2 percent saying that they support the Twitter policy changes.
The results of the poll were released after Musk released Twitter files that the previous leadership kept out of public view that prove that Twitter previously censored material, interfered in elections, and attempted to quash the Hunter Biden laptop story.
While Twitter's future is still uncertain as Musk tries to save the troubled social media company, it is clear that most people support Musk's decision to bring free speech and transparency to Twitter as he attempts to make it the public town square society has been lacking.
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