POLL DU JOUR
● 76 percent of U.S. voters are uncomfortable with internet service providers selling their personal data to third parties.
● 73 percent assume that websites they use track their online behavior and what they view.
● 70 percent are uncomfortable with internet providers tracking what websites they visit.
● 67 percent are uncomfortable with the providers’ use of their data for “research purposes.”
● 64 percent trust their health insurance company to keep their personal data private; 39 percent trust Google, 22 percent trust Twitter.
Source: A Morning Consult/Politico poll of 1,995 registered U.S. voters conducted March 30-April 1.