Elon Musk promised that he would “attend to the results” of the survey he conducted among Twitter users in which he asked if he “should resign as head” of the social network. The result was that 57% of the 17.5 million participants asked him to leave. It is still unknown if the billionaire will keep his word, if he will choose to appoint a CEO who will consult all his decisions or if he will simply leave when he considers it. The latter would leave his survey in trompe l’oeil, since Musk always warned that his period at the head of the social network would be short. “I hope to reduce my time on Twitter and find someone else to run Twitter over time,” he told a court in November.