Whether or not they will be successful remains to be seen, because according to reports, the Democrats have enough signatures to call for a vote. However they are one person shy from actually overturning the FCC’s decision. This means that they will need to do some convincing to encourage at least one more Senator to join their side in overturning the FCC’s net neutrality repeal.
However they are not alone as many tech companies have since stepped forward announcing their support for net neutrality. Individuals states have also launched their own state rules regarding net neutrality, but there are some who believe that it might be hard to enforce on a state level.
For those unfamiliar about what net neutrality means, basically it means that companies such as carriers and ISPs have to treat all bandwidth equally. This means that companies cannot pay more to deliver their content slower, or block users from viewing certain websites unless they pay for it, and so on.