Elon Musk’s Twitter Poll Concludes: Majority Doesn’t Want Musk
Elon Musk’s new poll, which includes the decision to withdraw from the Twitter manager, has resulted. The famous billionaire may leave the CEO seat of the social media platform.
Elon Musk, who bought the popular social media platform Twitter and did not fall off the agenda with his decisions, added a new one to the surveys he shared. Now, the famous billionaire has left the decision of whether to withdraw from the management of the social media platform to the users. Reassuring that he will comply with the results under the survey, Musk can bid farewell to Twitter’s CEO seat.
Twitter Users Don’t Want Elon Musk
According to the survey, in which a total of 17,502,391 people participated, 57.5 percent of the users voted ‘yes’ and 42.5 percent voted ‘no’. After the survey, which ended at 14:00 Turkish time, the eyes of the users turned to Elon Musk’s Twitter account. However, no statement has been shared from Musk yet.
It is not known whether Musk will comply with the survey, as he has not yet published a comment on the results. But during the survey, Elon Musk said, “Nobody wants a job that can really keep Twitter afloat. There is no successor.”
We can say that the activity on Twitter continues with Elon Musk’s new survey. Yesterday, the social media platform announced a new rule change that prohibits users from connecting to rival platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.