ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Maryland Republicans are more concerned about social media censorship than the state’s Democrats, according to a Gonzales College poll.
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According to the poll, 65% are concerned about social media censorship from Facebook and Twitter, while 33% were not concerned.
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- Democrats: 52% concerned, 45% not concerned
- Republicans: 88% concerned, 11% not concerned
- Unaffiliated: 64% concerned, 35% not concerned
- African-American: 53% concerned, 46% not concerned
- White: 69% concerned, 29% not concerned
The poll of 820 likely voters, which was conducted between October 19 and October 24, has a 3.5% margin of error.