The latest poll results on whether or not Twitter users would pay 8 USD for the elusive blue tick have come in, and the outcome may surprise some.
Of the 11 votes cast, only 1 was in favor of paying the 8 USD. That came from the European continent, where 12.5% of those surveyed said they would be willing to pay, while 87.5% said they would not.
On the Asian continent, a near opposite result surfaced - 0% said they would pay the 8 USD, and 100% said they would not. No votes were cast from the African, South American, or Oceanic continents.
The overall result of the poll saw 9.1% say they would pay the 8 USD, while 90.9% said they would not.
The blue tick on Twitter is highly sought after, as it denotes verification of a user's identity, and, in some cases, increases the credibility of their posts. However, it seems that, while the blue tick's appeal is strong, its price tag of 8 USD is too much for those surveyed.