57.5% of respondents to Elon Musk's Twitter poll chose "yes," while 42.5% chose "no." Musk has not yet formally accepted the results or announced his resignation.
Elon Musk conducted a Twitter poll on Sunday night, and the results reveal that 57.6% of respondents supported Musk's resignation. Considering that Musk said he would "abide by the results of this poll," observers are eagerly anticipating his next statement.
Elon Musk’s Twitter Poll
Although there have already been several candidates who have indicated interest in leading the company, Musk has claimed that it is difficult to find someone who is both competent and eager to take the job. The value of Musk-backed cryptocurrency DogeCoin has decreased by approximately 3% after the vote went live as sentiment toward the token's potential role in Twitter's future wanes.
DOGE's value dropped by approximately 3% in relation to Bitcoin during that time, despite a little reduction in the overall cryptocurrency market, demonstrating weakness separate from the general trend.
Many candidates apply to succeed Elon Musk as CEO of Twitter. Edward Snowden offered taking the CEO position at Twitter in exchange for payment in bitcoin.
Numerous people have entered the running to succeed Musk should he stand down as a result of the referendum.
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