There Musk be some mistake: Elon disputes result of Twitter poll telling him to step down

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There Musk be some mistake: Elon disputes result of Twitter poll telling him to step down

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Elon Musk appeared to cast doubt on a Twitter poll that said he should step down from running the platform.

Musk responded to a series of tweets on Monday night from friendly users who suggested the poll results could have been skewed by “bots.”

“Interesting,” Musk replied to a tweet.

ELON MUSK SHOULD BE FIRED AS TWITTER BOSS, ACCORDING TO MILLIONS OF USERS

https://twitter.com/WallStreetSilv/status/1604844258833620992?s=20&t=dhMdi-beMOEJGJxbZKXs1Q

Musk posted the poll asking users if he should step down on Sunday in the wake of widespread criticism for the banning of a number of reporters. Musk claimed they were booted from the platform for “doxxing” him by publishing the whereabouts of his private jet — something some of them denied doing. Some 57.5% of respondents said Musk should step down, compared to 42.5% who wanted him to remain on board.

Many of those journalists had been reporting on the recent suspension of accounts run by a teenager who managed @elonjet, which tracked the movements of Musk’s private plane.

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Prior to posting the latest poll, Musk pledged to deploy polls before implementing “major policy changes” and apologized for not doing so previously.

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