It really depends, the synthetic speed is (in theory) 250 Mbps for download at my home office, but it is rarely that. At work, it’s a big pipe so about 900+ but who wants to sit there and play games
The trouble with speed comparisons is that is a combination of latency (how quickly does that first byte get to you) vs bandwidth (what kind of throughput can you manage). What consumer ISP’s often do is balance their cable network so that latency suffers but ‘peak’ traffic can shift the first 10 seconds or so with decent bandwidth.
The various speed tests make it difficult to really tell as most ISPs have cached the data those things use, so you really have to go on ‘feel’ of how you use the net in reality.
So, if it feels slower then they probably redid their capacity planning and on your ‘node’ you are getting either less juice or greater latency. Think of the stock holders!