Some 56% of U.S. adults say people should not be able to sue social media companies for content that other users post on these companies’ platforms, according to a new Pew Research Center survey. At the same time, 41% say people should be able to do this.

The right to sue social media companies in this way is one issue at the heart of current debates surrounding Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which some lawmakers argue should be amended or repealed. Social media users themselves are more likely than non-users to oppose the idea that people should be able to sue these companies for what others post.