Amazon Won The First Spot Leaving Google And Facebook Behind

source: TNW

The e-commerce giant, Amazon, outclassed all other social media giants in the latest poll conducted by Survey Monkey.

Before telling you the details about who out-classed who, let’s just put the fact right here that the poll had participants like, Google and Facebook, who couldn’t win popularity and positivity voting from the e-commerce site, Amazon.

People believe that Amazon has the most positive impact on society:

A recent poll conducted by SurveyMonkey and Recode showed that 20 percent of the participants believe that Amazon has the most positive impact on society among major tech giants.

The e-commerce store was the highest of all companies listed and was followed by Google and Facebook. There were also other tech giants on the list.

The survey further revealed that the company’s CEO, Jeff Bezos, was ranked as the “most likely major tech CEO to have the greatest impact on people’s daily lives”, with 22 percent of the total votes in his favor.

Google’s Sundar Pichai followed with 18 percent of the votes.

The third popular tech-giant after Amazon and Google came as surprise:

The poll indicated, Facebook as the third leading social media giant to have a positive impact on society.

*coughs* Cambridge Analytica *coughs*

While the recent testimony of Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg is still in the talks. The social-media giant still managed to secure the third position in this recent polling.

Here are rest of the tech companies who couldn’t make it to the top-three:

Big names of technology, like, Google, Apple, Twitter, SnapChat, Facebook, and Amazon were part of the poll but only three could win good votes.

Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, did not make it to the top three as he had only 10 percent of the total votes. Elon Musk’s Tesla received only 6 percent of the votes (a little shocking). While other social media platforms like Twitter and SnapChat receive 1 percent votes each.

By Maira Feroz

A journalism student who's studying the native form of journalism but is performing it in the digital way.