There's no chance of that because, by and large, most Americans don't realize they have skin in this game. In fact, the majority of Americans believe that CNN, MSNBC, and/or FoxNews are genuine news outlets.
The current system has become insulated by the consolidation of media and the formulaic sanitation of political discourse. This Net Neutrality debate is a case in point. It has been oversimplified and framed as a debate between socialist and free-market economics, when in fact, monopolies like these ISPs have such leverage on the legislative (and in turn, executive and judicial) processes, that neither a benevolent government nor a free market can hope to be found within their sphere of influence.
As long as the majority are having the debates they want us to have, no one is going to be grabbing a pitchfork.