British-American internet superstar and “success coach” Andrew Tate has been banned from all social media for violating platform rules for what many see as misogynistic advice. His presence took over social media and attracted all viewers. It was not until late August that Tate got banned from all major social media platforms: TikTok, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter.

The Hustlers University, an online course for aspiring people on cryptocurrency, stock investing, and freelancing, was also taken down shortly after his disappearance. YouTube has taken down several channels associated with Tate for multiple violations of its Community Guidelines and Terms of Service, including the Hate Speech Policy. Likewise, Twitter followed the same path as YouTube: permanently banned Tate’s official account.

After being banned, Tate uploaded a video called “Final Message” to YouTube under an unofficial account called “The Tate Bible.” Many popular Twitter accounts promoted the video, which had over 700,000 views.

Recently, Tate made his appearance on an alternative social media platform, GETTR. A live stream from a private jet tells his fans that he surprisingly feels better after the events. Tate voiced: “I don’t feel very canceled. In fact, I feel like everything’s better than it’s ever been.” What’s more, Tate stated that he will go live on a new video platform called Rumble and that it will be a new digital home for his content. This has been a prominent topic nowadays.

Thus, Real Research launched a survey on “success coach” Andrew Tate’s social media account bans. The survey aims to find out what the public thinks about Andrew Tate, his social media banning, and his controversial claims.

Hence, hurry and answer the survey on “success coach” Andrew Tate’s social media account bans now on the Real Research app from September 04, 2022. After that, you will receive 25 TNC as a reward.

Survey Details

Survey Title:
Survey on “Success Coach” Andrew Tate’s Social Media Account Bans

Target Number of Participants:
50,000 Users


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Note: This survey is closed. You can view the results here – 48% Say Social Media Can Dangerously Mislead its Users.