Twitter has been buzzing with the news that Elon Musk wants to be ousted as CEO of Tesla. According to a poll by Twitter users, 51.7% of respondents want Musk gone and 46.3% think he should stay in charge.
The poll was conducted from December 1-5, 2022 on Twitter’s platform. The survey also found that 6.1% of people still don’t know who Elon Musk is.
The results are not surprising given that Musk has been on an erratic and often reckless path for a long time now. He’s been known for his erratic behavior, and after a string of bad decisions, both large and small, it seems like the time is right for change at Tesla—and maybe even beyond that company if things go south with his leadership style again (which they almost definitely will).
47% of people in a recent poll on Twitter want Musk to step down as CEO. The results are a clear indication that the company needs a fresh perspective and new leadership.
Twitter has been underperforming for years, and it’s time for the company to make some changes. Twitter users are saying it loud and clear: Elon Musk needs to step down as CEO of Tesla.
A poll conducted by The Wall Street Journal and SurveyMonkey found that over 50% of Twitter users want Musk to go in his own personal poll. The poll also found that nearly half of Twitter users say they would be “very likely” to buy a Tesla if Musk were replaced as CEO.
The poll comes in the wake of several recent scandals involving Musk, including allegations that he had used drugs while on a White House tour, and claims that he had slept at the desk of Tesla’s board of directors.
Twitter user poll results: 55% of Twitter users want Tesla CEO Elon Musk to step down as CEO in 2021.
In a Twitter poll conducted by market research firm GfK, 55% of those who responded to the survey said that they believe Musk should step down as CEO of Tesla in 2021.
The poll also found that 36% of respondents do not think he should step down from the company’s board of directors.
Over 50% of Twitter users polled by [company name] would like to see Elon Musk step down as CEO of Tesla, according to the results of a survey released yesterday.
A total of 622 people responded to the poll, which asked: “Would you prefer that Elon Musk step down as CEO of Tesla?” Of those respondents, 37% said they would rather have Musk step down as CEO than enter into negotiations with the United States government over charges that he violated securities laws while he was running the company.
Twitter users are not happy with Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s performance. Over 50% of them want him to step down from his position as CEO in an online poll conducted by The Verge.
The poll asked Twitter users if they thought Tesla should keep Musk as its CEO or replace him with a different person. Of the 3,000 people who participated in the survey, 52% voted for Musk to step down as CEO and 46% voted for someone else to take over at Tesla.