A third of America wouldn’t care if Twitter disappeared

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President Donald Trump’s strong embrace of Twitter made the platform more relevant than ever in 2017, but that has not resulted in an embrace of the company by the larger public, a Verge survey found. More respondents said they greatly disliked Twitter — and fewer said they greatly liked it — than Apple, Google, Facebook, Microsoft, or Amazon. Twitter also had the most respondents say they would not care at all if it went away

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The survey found that 9.6 percent of people greatly dislike Twitter, compared to 19.3 percent of people who said they greatly like it. For comparison, 9.3 percent said they greatly dislike…

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