Chief executive Officer of Twitter, Elon Musk asked users to vote on whether or not he should step down as the head of the platform.
Final results of the poll showed that a total of 57% voted “yes” and 43% voted “no”.
The billionaire, who bought Twitter for $44bn (£36bn), said before the poll closed that he would abide by the result.
More than 17.5 million users voted in his poll however Mr Musk is yet to comment since the poll closed.
According to Bloomberg, since Musk completed his acquisition of Twitter in October, a number of brands have paused advertising on the platform. Musk has frequently stated that Twitter’s finances are dire. Twitter is on pace to lose $4 billion a year after the advertiser exodus, estimates Dan Ives, analyst at Wedbush Securities.