The survey conducted by technology blog PC Mag revealed that out of 6,237 responders, 50 percent (3,091 people) said they like Google+ and they plan to leave Facebook.
Another 21 percent of voters admitted that they have not yet decided about joining Google Plus as it's a new platform. Moreover, 12 percent or 733 people of the respondents wants to join Google+, but they haven't received any Google+ Invite.
Interestingly, 11 percent of readers participated in the survey said they're against the whole concept of social networking. And 7 percent of the readers said that they will not move out of Facebook.
Google launched Google+ to meet the threats from Facebook in the social networking market. Within three weeks after its launch, G+ managed to bag more than 20 million users. Though still it's in field trial stage and login only through Invite, Google Plus has become a hot cake in the market.