Since the thing was set up to accept multiple answers, and the program does not track, I do not know how many responses the survey got. It could be as few as 15 and as many as 62, probably somewhere in between. Unsurprisingly, the results show that people want most news and commentary (15 votes each). More surprisingly, the next most popular response was "Eric blathering on about his personal life (9 votes), followed by recipes and items about academics and the arts (7 votes each). The least frequent response was for jokes and funny pictures (6 votes). Three people expressed a preference for "something else," but didn't say what that was. So I interpreted it to mean that they wanted photos of very large heads of cabbage.
Hardly a scientific survey, but there you have it.