What are netherlands residents think about their internet experience?

By Peter S. Kiebler and Mark Schmitt-LansingA growing number of Americans are getting worried about how their internet services are being handled.

According to a new survey by Comscore, the US internet user base is growing by an average of 1.2 million per month.

The survey found that 56% of Americans have a negative impression of the quality of their internet access, and that half have a very negative view of it.

Comscore surveyed 1,000 US adults in the first quarter of 2018.

The study found that a majority of US residents think that internet service providers should prioritize their own content, and have less trust in internet service companies.

Comscore’s research found that the average netherlander online user now has an average monthly usage of 15GB.

That’s a lot more than the average US household uses in a month, at about 6GB.

And when it comes to overall internet use, netherlanders are using their internet in ways that are not only more convenient than they have ever been, but also more efficient than ever before.

The survey also found that many netherlanders are also dissatisfied with their broadband internet service, with 57% saying they are very dissatisfied with how their connection is performing.

This is not the first time that Comscore has asked Americans questions about internet usage.

The company did so in 2015.

In a study released in May 2017, Comscore found that 57% of respondents were satisfied with their internet service.