After Musk's Twitter poll showed users want him to resign, he's changing how Twitter polls work

Elon Musk polled Twitter users on Sunday about whether he should step down as CEO. The answer was "yes." (Of 17.5 million participants, 42.5% voted for him to continue as "leader.") Now, Musk has announced that he's changing how Twitter polls work. Henceforth, only users who pay the $8 minimum monthly charge for a blue "verified" checkmark will be able to vote in these kinds of polls. The suggested change came from a Twitter user to whom Musk replied, "Good point."