Elon Musk Conducts Ballot on Whether or not He Ought to Step Down as Twitter’s CEO
Elon Musk on Sunday launched a Twitter ballot asking customers to vote on whether or not he ought to step down because the social media platform’s chief govt.
“Ought to I step down as the top of Twitter?” he wrote within the ballot’s query Sunday, including that he would “abide by the outcomes.”
As of this writing, primarily based on 2.8 million votes, the Sure vote has a 15% edge over the No vote. The ballot seems to be timed to run out round 3 a.m. PT Monday.
Musk adopted up the ballot with a be aware promising that, sooner or later, there could be a vote for all main coverage adjustments on the firm.
It wasn’t instantly clear whether or not Musk has a substitute in thoughts ought to his followers vote him out. Twitter, which now not has a communications division, did not instantly reply to a request for remark.
Twitter has been considerably chaotic since Elon Musk accomplished his buy of Twitter on Oct. 27. About half the Twitter workers was laid off solely days after Musk took cost, and the location briefly launched a brand new “blue test” verification service solely to be plagued with trolls and pretend “verified” accounts.
On Thursday, the social community additionally suspended a number of journalists — together with from The New York Occasions, The Washington Put up and CNN — claiming they violated its guidelines. A day earlier, Twitter suspended over two dozen accounts on the location that use publicly obtainable flight data to trace the location of personal jets, together with the aircraft utilized by Twitter proprietor Musk.
Musk tweeted on Friday that accounts suspended in relation to his dispute with the account that tracked his jet would have their suspensions lifted, primarily based on a public ballot he’d performed on Twitter. Musk has additionally performed polls on whether or not he ought to promote Tesla inventory and requested customers if he ought to carry again the now-shuttered short-video service Vine.