If Firefox is your favorite browser, well, join the crowd. Around 3,100 people voted in a poll regarding web development browsers, and Mozilla’s product came out on top by a rather huge margin.
According to Craig Buckler, Firefox won 67.7 percent of the vote. Then runners-up Chrome and Safari only managed to get 20.1 percent of the vote, despite being lumped together.
Next, 8.5 percent of respondents sided with Internet Explorer for some reason (seeing things from a user’s point of view, we hope), and then the last option in the poll, Opera, wound up with 3.7 percent of the vote.
Buckler – who’s been watching these numbers for a while – concluded, “For now, Firefox retains the web developer crown. But Mozilla should be wary – Chrome is catching up fast.”