On home networks, Netflix is once again the largest source of bandwidth use according to new study.Net Neutrality conversations are terrifically important to Netflix, Inc. ( NFLX). The streaming content provider has been forced to enter a number of deals with large ISPs to ensure that its content remains in the fast lane while Congress and the FCC look at the issue. For the last year, I’ve suggested that “nearly one-third” of all Internet traffic during peak hours is driven by Netflix; now that number is 35% according to networking company Sandvine Corporation ( SVC) OTCMKTS:SNVNF. Sign up for our free daily newsletter Netflix is king of home use Sandvine’s twice-yearly Global Internet Phenomena Report was released this week and shows Netflix, Inc. ( NFLX) use is up from 32% last year to 35% during peak evening hours in the second half of this year. While Sen. Ted Cruz R-Tex calls net neutrality “Obamacare for the Internet,” Netflix and others who read those asinine remarks would certainly disagree. YouTube accounts for 14% of U.S. home Internet traffic. While Netflix is clearly popular in the home, the site app that uses the most mobile bandwidth remains Google Inc ( GOOGL) ( GOOG)’s property YouTube at 20% of total mobile use which narrowly beat Facebook’s 19%. Facebook’s home and mobile traffic rose considerably this year given its Autoplay video feature ad streaming at the end of the summer. In addition to home users streaming Netflix, Inc. ( NFLX) and YouTube videos religiously, they are also using the Internet considerably more in general. Use is up somewhere between 30% and 40% with the average user using 20 gigabytes each month. While Facebook, YouTube, and Netflix are responsible for the bulk of this, BitTorrent, Amazon, Hulu, and torrents are also responsible for this increase. HBO to have an effect soon?