56%
Yes
44%
No
26%
Yes
38%
No
22%
Yes, as long as it does not threaten violence
4%
No, and increase penalties for hate speech
8%
Yes, because I don’t trust the government to define the boundaries of hate speech
2%
No, freedom of speech laws should only protect you from criticizing the government

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 @8RLWZM6answered…3yrs3Y

There should not be hate speech hating ones fellow does not help the world and incites violence. I say love speech should be protected by freedom ofspeech laws

 @8QV64H3answered…3yrs3Y

No, but must be clearly defined and subject to legal oversight, to ensure the ability to ban hate speech is not abused.

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