Tesla CEO Elon Musk put out a poll, whose results suggested that he should quit as CEO of Twitter.
Late Sunday, Musk asked his 122.1 million Twitter followers in a poll if he should stepdown as the head of the micro-blogging website, while cautioning those voting to be "careful what you wish, as you might get it" . The poll ended Monday morning, with 57.5% of voters indicating that he should step down and 42.5% saying he shouldn't.
On Saturday, Twitter announced a ban on posts that link to other social media platforms, since Musk criticized the practice as free advertising for competitors. However, Twitter removed a blog post and Twitter thread that had explained the policy.
Musk completed his $44 billion acquisition of Twitter in late October.