Hmmm... As of the 2016 US census there are 323,100,000 people in the US and the survey covered 1,520 people which is 0.000005% of the population and they are claiming that is statistically significant? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Really hard to say from that survey without knowing more about who participated. The survey sites that 64% of Americans own an Apple product. Did 64% of survey participants own an Apple product? Because if they didn't... the survey is not indicative of the American population and their claims will be skewed. So it's hard to take the survey seriously without know who was surveyed. For example: everyone loves to shop. Amazon is the most popular shopping web site... is anyone surprised everyone loves Amazon? The offerings from those companies are just too diverse. What exactly would people be recommending to their friends about Amazon vs Apple? Kind of like comparing "apples and oranges" in a survey about fruit (no pun intended).
Funny that people distrust Facebook, presumably because they manipulate posts, yet they trust Google which also manipulates search results to fit their agenda. Way more despicable if you ask me! ;-)