The vote organized by Elon Musk, CEO and owner of Twitter, to decide his future at the head of the company has ended with a resounding victory for the position in favor of his resignation.
With 57.5% of the more than 17 million registered votes, users have decided that they want a new manager in charge of the social network.
Now closed, the survey received 17,502,391 votes, of which 57.5% were in favor of the question "should I leave the post of head of Twitter?".
"I will abide by the results of this vote," said the still manager.
As he has done on other occasions in recent months, Musk launched a Twitter poll to ask users questions related to the company.
However, this time it was not about returning blocked accounts -as happened with Trump or with various journalists- but for a decision, in principle, even more relevant for the future of the firm.
Previously, Musk himself had anticipated that "from now on" there would be votes to decide "big policy changes."
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