Three online polls conducted by The Christian Post to measure just how well Google Plus has appealed to the internet nation has collected more than 10,700 votes since it opened on July 4.
The first poll inquired voters of their opinion over who would come out victorious in the Social Networking Battle between Facebook and Google+. More than 6,000 people placed their votes and 42.7 percent agreed that Google is on its way to unseat Facebook as king, while 42.6 percent believe that both Facebook and Google+ will co-exist side by side with none eliminating the other.
Only 14.7 percent were convinced of Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook remaining unbeaten by Plus.
Other surprising results were reflected in the remaining polls that both tallied about 4,200 votes.
According to the third poll, 38.2 percent have made their final decision to move to Google+ while only 2.3 percent voted pro-Facebook, claiming to remain because “too much was invested in it.” More than a third (36.7 percent) of the voters said they have not been invited to Google+ yet and only 2.8 have have no interest in Google+.
According to this unofficial poll, most users apparently seem to be loyal Google fans and it may suggest that most are ready to migrate and allow Google to serve their networking needs.
Among apparent Google+ users, most chose "+Circles" as the feature they most liked about the debuting networking platform, while for Facebook "the ease it provides to keep up with friends and family" was chosen as the best feature.
As for possible duplication of votes, this unscientific poll blocked identical IP addresses from voting twice.
Most voters came from the U.S., then India, Europe, and finally Australia.