US consumers unhappy with Web2, limited awareness of Web3

Results of an online survey of 1,500 US-based consumers reveal people’s deep concerns about the outsized power of technology and privacy platforms while suggesting that Web3 has yet to become a household term .

the study was commissioned by global analytics and strategy firm National Research Group (NRG) in January 2022. 54% of respondents said they were worried about their rights and freedoms being threatened by technology, 44% % citing online privacy issues, 38% being unhappy with online ads, and 35% saying they feel a lack of control over their data. Nearly half think tech companies have amassed too much power and need to be broken up.

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