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I think that is because many/most people don't understand the question. It should be What browser do you use for reading/posting on TMC.Well they are in the minority, with only 3 votes right now.
Agreed but Mac users are a small minority of overall desktop/laptop users. Apple has about 8% market share in the US. It would likely have a higher market share in wealthier demographics so I would guess that its market share with TMC users would be higher, but nowhere near 50%. And previous surveys on TMC have found the Android/iPhone split to be close to 50-50.For us Mac users, most use Safari
I am surprised that desktops are such a small percentage on your website - do you suspect that you get a lot of hits when people are on a liquour store about to buy a bottle? I rarely browse TMC on my phone, although I will use an iPad quite a bit.
tesla owners are extraordinarily biased towards apple so that makes senseI think that is because many/most people don't understand the question. It should be What browser do you use for reading/posting on TMC.
If you look at browser market share for most web pages the poll results don't really make sense, unless this site has an extraordinarily large bias towards Apple. Safari's share in the desktop/laptop browser share is fairly small. Even on mobile devices it would be no better than 50% as Android users would not be using Safari.
On regular, older Android builds, there were native Android browser built in the OS. Sometimes it is called as default browser. Users can of course download and use Chrome on Android.What's Google (Normal)?