Thanks to a site called Blind Search that lets users compare search results from Microsoft's Bing, Google and Yahoo and then vote on the most accurate. Yes, on one single screen it shows search results of these three search engines for your queries in three different coloumns. This site is a fun experiment of Michael Kordahi , who is incidently an employee of Microsoft. (THis site has no relation with Microsoft though!)
Early on after 793 tests most of the users actually prefered Bing results --
38% voting for Bing
36% for Google
25% for Yahoo.
But by about 7,000 votes Google had taken the lead,
46% for Google
34% for Bing
20% for Yahoo.
And then the blindsearch voting results were removed (No guesses! Google won the race).
But wait, I thought I am being little biased about Google and decided to try it on my own.
In my first five searches Yahoo topped with 4 (I was really worried at this stage !), But after doing 20 different searches Google conquered others with 11 followed by Yahoo with 6.
And then, I started writing this article with confidence!
(Image source - PC World)