A recent survey conducted by crypto venture capitalist Andreessen Horowitz found that nearly 79% of the US voters are more likely to support a candidate that promotes and supports Web 3.0.
The VC firm virtually interviewed 2,191 registered voters between December 1-3 to gather information on the voters’ attitude towards cryptocurrencies and the upcoming U.S. midterm elections.
The survey found out that one in five respondents owns crypto assets, and 79% of voters are inclined towards supporting candidates that may promote Web3.0. Of the 79% voters, 79% respondents aged between 18-34%, 84% of Democrats, 75% of independents and Republicans, 73% of Hispanic voters, and 79% of black voters would likely support a candidate who supports expanding web3.
At the time of the survey, the respondents were educated about various aspects of Web3.0, such as crypto assets, NFTs (Non-Fungible Token), and Autonomous Decentralized Organizations (DAO). Following this briefing, 77% of respondents suggested a positive stance on Web 3.0.
In addition, 72% of the respondents noted that governments should “make sure they understand new web3 technologies and their different uses” before regulating Web 3.0, and 59% of voters said that “governments should play an active role in supporting community-owned web3 platforms to effectively compete with and provide an alternative to Big Tech companies.”