99% of comments were in favor of maintaing net neutrality.
An analysis of over 800,000 comments submitted so far to the FCC's Open Internet forum debating the regulation of Internet service providers reveals a heavy use of form letters and an unsurprisingly robust opposition to ending net neutrality.
The report by The Sunlight Foundation, an open government nonprofit, breaks down the comments found in the massive docket and finds that 60 percent originated from at least 20 organized campaigns. Among those sources were CREDO Action, Battle for the Net, Daily Kos and The Nation. Sunlight notes that previous high-volume dockets from the FCC have yielded a higher percentage of form letter-fueled comments, which suggests higher levels of public interest for the net neutrality debate.