Let's also not forget that while AMD does have great processors, Intel has been using 14nm and still being very competitive. That alone means alot. Even the new 11th gen will still be 14nm but with a new design. 2022 will or could be a big year for processors. Lot of changes will be happening.Hardware enthusiasm is another thing, but in the field of PC components, there is no reason to pay for products to keep some company alive. If AMD would vanish, the government (USA) would take care of the monopoly of Intel. Either the government or other parties would fund development of a competing product, while Intel might be forced to open up patents and hand their designs over. There are other options too of course to mitigate the huge negative effects of a monopoly, like making strict deals between the company and the government.
AMD is growing now, which is very good for the balance of the marketspace, but you still should opt for the best possible deal you can get. Intel sooner or later seems to be quite competitive in the GPU space, while already being competitive in CPU space due to prices and availability. It just seems some people cannot fathom paying for "an inferior product", when there is technically something more advanced available like Ryzen 5000 series. Some people want the best, but I'm for the best deal possible. Free market is not for the simplest of people.
PS. I'm glad to see that most customers are smart by buying value products as the top of the chart is showing us, although the absence of RX 5600 XT and RX 5700 XT is little baffling? The drivers were bad for a long time though.