I don't want a safe-space, so that's not an option. That's one of the many reasons why I despise those on the far-left. As long as it's not illegal, inciting violence, or making threats, I don't really care how "hateful" the speech is. One problem I became aware of is the fact that since this happens to be going one way at the moment, it's creating echo chambers. So alternative options would also become echo chambers but in the opposite direction (so, in this case, new platforms tend to be very conservative). Part of the reason for this is that not a lot of people were like myself and left Facebook and Twitter on principle. Most of the users who "left" didn't actually leave, but were forced off. Banned. (On a side note, the good news is this doesn't seem to be the case with Patreon, where people of all groups are leaving, most notably Sam Harris.) The only social media site I use is Minds, and that went decentralized and uses cryptocurrency, partly to avoid political pressure from credit card companies and banks. Anyway, that site has an incredible amount of right wing nationalists and the like. But there are also a lot of classical liberals like myself, fortunately, and libertarians, some moderate leftists, Christian conservatives, atheists, a-political artists and photographers and so on. But I would never deny that if you were to do a poll, as you mention, it would swing way right.