Moreover, that is where the problem is: relevant results.
I took close look at recently available searches data and it is obvious to me that G is using its algorithms NOT to display the relevant organic results on the first page to force visitors to use "sponsored links".
It is also obvious that G is assigning privileges to sometimes not relevant .gov, and .org sites to populate upper results on the first page of each visitor search to force the webmasters into using Adwords.
To see example, type in very popular, single keyword: "internet".
The 95% of the visitors typing above keyword are looking for the internet access providers. What they get are results that are totally NOT RELEVANT TO THEM and have to use "sponsored links" which in this case are 100% relevant, thanks to webmasters who know better what people are looking for!
Now, do you think G does not know about it?
I think when average visitor, with very short attention span, will realize what is going on and why she or he has to spend more and more time to find useful to them information; G will join Y back in the lineup where the global visitors share is concern.
The G current business model is trying to block access to www information structure for essential, local, cost cutting businesses with limited resources and that will hurt in long run.
By the way, the visitors looking for information displayed by G in "internet" keyword organic results usually would type in two words, more targeted phrase.