said 11 months, 2 weeks ago:
@moinshaikh @richardmclaughlin @amyhallbiz @andrea-vahl
The results are in!
That’s roughly 1 in every 2,600 users — or 0.038% of Facebook.
That means 230 million people would have had to vote during the eight-day window the poll was open.
342,632 sure seems like a big number, but 0.038% isn’t much of an impression.
What do you make of it?
- Do you think people just don’t care
- The difference between the old and the new was negligible
- Facebook didn’t market the vote very well and most people were unaware of it.