Google Beats Apple, Facebook, and Twitter in Favorability

Posted April 11, 2012 at 2:56pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 4654 views

Google beat Apple, Facebook, and Twitter in a customer opinion poll conducted for ABC News/Washington Post.

An almost unheard-of 82 percent of Americans express a favorable opinion of Google overall, the national survey finds – and a majority, 53 percent, express a "strongly" favorable opinion of the world's leading search engine, itself an unusually high level of positive intensity.

Apple's no slouch: Seventy-four percent see it favorably. But in addition to trailing Google by a relatively slim 8 percentage points overall, it lags by a wider 16 points in strong devotees.


Google and Apple received the highest scores from households with over $100,000. In this group 93% and 91% expressed favorable opinions of Google and Apple, respectively.

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