Over half of Rangers fans have lost faith in Mark Warburton and would like to see a change of manager, according to a poll on GTBFO.
The poll had stabilised at around 65% in favour of a change of manager with over 2,500 fans having voted. The poll was later hijacked by Celtic fans forums to ask him to stay, which pretty much tells you all you need to know about the job he's doing (thanks for the hits, Timmy. They all count.)
While it's a majority, it's perhaps not quite as many as certain outlets would have you believe. It certainly seems that the gap is wider on Twitter, but there are still a sizeable portion of the support backing Warburton to get the job done and turn things around.
Of course, while wanting your team to lose for the manager to be sacked is highly questionable behaviour at the very worst of times, nobody will be thinking that way when we take on Greenock Morton in the cup at the weekend, although a defeat seems likely to spell the end of Warburton's reign.
For now, everybody will be backing the team. But it's clear that fans are beginning to lose faith in Warburton's management.