I published the first results of the poll in the middle of December 2011. That time round, there were only 74 people who took part in the poll. Obviously, that draw lots of criticism for unrepresentative statistics.
People kept voting, despite the announcement of the results. Today I publish second round of the poll results, with number of participants more than doubled since last time: 169.
Are there any changes now? Let’s see!
Here is the table:
|Linux Mint XFCE||20|
There are two significant changes, which I’d like to highlight.
- First of all, Debian made a leap from 8 to 30 votes, which almost doubled its share from 11 to 18%.
- Second is DreamLinux, which grew three times in the percentage from 1 to 3%, gaining 4 places in the chart.
Otherwise, there is nothing unexpected. The share of Xubuntu remains on the level of 41%. It means that Xubuntu dominates the market of XFCE distributions. I don’t think this will change in the nearest future, since Xubuntu 12.04 proved itself very stable and quick in both Live and installed versions.