So how many customers actually deleted their Uber accounts?

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The #DeleteUber movement became a major trend over the weekend after President Donald Trump’s travel ban on immigrants from seven Muslim majority countries caused chaos in airports. 

When Uber turned off surge pricing shortly after a taxi strike in opposition of the ban (the strike was in effect from 6 to 7 p.m., and the tweet announcing the lift in surge pricing appeared at 7:36 p.m.) it was read as an affront to the protesters and social media rage hit ride-hailing company like a brick. Former Uber devotees shared screenshots of their reasons for deleting the app in droves — much to the delight of rival Lyft, which capitalized on the controversy (and a public $1 million pledge to the ACLU) and overtook Uber in total App Store downloads for the first time ever on Sunday. Read more…

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