I like Chrome more than any other browser (I've got a Chrome theme for Firefox so it looks similar...) but I'm simply not willing to put all my eggs in the Google basket and it was one of the Google products that got dropped in the cull (Gmail and Reader surviving, Chrome and search going).
Ideally I'd like Apple to sort out Safari but I'm still not wild about it on Windows and I want to use the same browser on all my machines so Firefox it is (Xmarks and Feedly not supported on Opera).
Besides, Google products in general have begun loosing their appeal after Google deviated from being technology-focused to social-focused. Soon enough those products will start lagging behind others in innovation and early adopation of lead-technology and usability features.
Hopefully the alternatives will come in a variety of ways and tastes and not united under a single banner/brand.
38% Chrome / 35% IE / 19% Firefox / 3% Safari.
I completely disagree with. Yeah its going down in terms of usage. Yet still it is improving and growing.