Poll: 61% of Americans Who Use Twitter Want Elon Musk to Stay On As CEOChris Menahan
Dec. 20, 2022
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An overnight poll from HarrixX found that 61% of American Twitter users and 53% of American adults want Elon Musk to stay on as Twitter CEO.
"'The findings of the study debunk the results of Elon Musk's Twitter poll on whether or not he should step down as CEO, and provide a representative, statistically-relevant perspective of what Twitter users and Americans think of his leadership. A majority would like Mr. Musk to remain on as head of Twitter, with over 6 in 10 Twitter users expressing that sentiment' said Dritan Nesho, CEO of HarrisX and chief researcher," HarrisX reported.
"The survey was conducted by HarrisX within the United States from December 18-19, 2022 among 1,028 adults and 429 Twitter users. The sampling margin of error of this survey is plus or minus 3 percentage points among the general population and 5 percentage points among Twitter users."
"Interesting. Suggest that maybe we might still have an itsy bitsy bot problem on Twitter," Musk responded on Twitter.
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