Battle Cry of New Hampshire: No Fiber, No Votes
Susan Crawford

Funny thing about New Hampshire: it has faster broadband than its neighbor Vermont and Maine, with an average download speed of 35 Mbps according to Netindex by Ookla, the people who bring you Speedtest. Vermont’s average is 23.55, so maybe Bernie should spend less time fretting abot GMOs and more on vaccinations and broadband. New Hampshire isn’t as good as Texas, where the average download speed is 43 Mbps, but it’s better than the 31 Mbps OECD average, the 32 Mbps EU average, or the 33 Mbps G8 average. Go look at some actual data:, its not hard to find.

Sounds like somebody is pressing a one percenter’s problem.

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