The Left Hates the idea but Majority of Americans back Elon Musk's Acquisition of Twitter
What does the average person feel for Elon Musk's purchase of the social media giant?
An upcoming poll reported by The Post shows statistics backing the opposite of what we have been told. Elon Musk acquired Twitter for $44 Billion earlier this week and from everywhere we were bombarded by the idea that it was “Bad for Democracy,” and every other negative there could be. However, we now know that’s not the belief of the individual, but it is merely a ploy by the media.
The poll in mention has been provided by Rasmussen and is set to release sometime today. The polling finds that 62% of adults think Elon Musk’s purchase will make Twitter better. 13% feel Musk will make the platform worse.
Republicans, women, lower-income earners, and people over 40 were the most prominent figures backing the Musk purchase. 57% of Democrats polled claimed that Musk would improve the platform as well.
A measly 19% of those polled claimed they would be less likely to use Twitter as soon as Musk took over ownership. The percentage rises to 31% of Democrats and 33% of government employees.
The poll was short and conducted on the day of Twitter’s acquisition by Elon Musk.
The poll’s margin of error is 3 percentage points.
We will update the article as soon as the poll is released…