68% of Americans believe not enough is done to provide broadband to poor

83% of Americans support a wireless backup system for public safety officers and first responders in emergencies such as Hurricane Katrina and the catastrophes of September 11, 2001. 75% believe all Americans should have equal access to the Internet. 74% agree it is important to provide broadband access to low-income children. 69% agree high-speed Internet access is important to prepare children for future success in the evolving information economy. 70% agree broadband provided by cable and telephone companies is expensive and the providers are difficult to deal with. 68% believe that cable and telephone companies do not do enough to provide broadband service to low-income and rural families, M2Z says.