Amazon is running a poll on their Facebook page asking readers which next generation console â€“ Sonyâ€™s PlayStation 4 or [background=transparent]Microsoftâ€™s[/background] Xbox One â€“ they prefer. If youâ€™ve been reading story comments or message boards since E3, the results probably wonâ€™t surprise you much. With more than five days left to vote, the Xbox One has amassed 1,754 votes (as of writing). The PlayStation 4, on the other hand, has 31,689 votes. Yeah, itâ€™s not even remotely close. Sony executives must be feeling pretty happy at this point but at Microsoft, the atmosphere probably isnâ€™t as cheery. True, we wonâ€™t know how all of this pans out for a few more years but right now, the results are pretty telling. Thatâ€™s because, unlike other polls you may find on fan sites, Amazon is a neutral party with a huge fan base that consists of both Sony and Microsoft homers (as well fans of games in general). A quick look at Amazonâ€™s Best Sellers list in their [background=transparent]video[/background] games category solidifies what we are seeing in the poll. As of writing, the launch day edition of the PlayStation 4 is already sold out. Sonyâ€™s standard edition console â€“ with a release date of December 31, 2013 â€“ is currently ranked first ahead of the Xbox One. That said, do you agree with the findings in Amazonâ€™s poll thus far? If you had to choose between the two right now, would you go with Sonyâ€™s offering or lean more towards Microsoft?