A couple of items stood out to me as rather unusual.
Like Sergio earning 4% of the survey vote for being the best ball striker on tour, a whopping 10% lower than CH3. Now granted, CH3 has to be a fairly good ball striker to continue maintaining his tour card without a win in what seems like forever... but compared to Sergio? There has to be a little favoritism going on there imo. Based on the survey, Lucas Glover, Kevin Chappell and Justin Thomas ranks higher. Based on my observations, those guys don't even come close to Sergio, which supports my favoritism argument even more so.
The low opinion of the USGA also stands out. And it explains why the USGA has made an effort in recent months to soften their usual imperialistic tone, which could well be a bit too late for them considering that they've missed the boat in the past several years with stupid rulings, not to mention the uncontested tightening of unneeded equipment regulations. I'm not so surprised that the overall opinion of the USGA is low amongst amateurs, but that a majority of tour players (surveyed) think they're losing legitimacy as well.
And lastly... 84% think the tour has a slow-play issue, yet I would be willing to bet that half of those surveyed would balk at a shot-clock concept. Which tells me that they don't think they're the problem, when the reality is that most players on tour are much too slow, including those who anonymously complain about it.