I think the poll is misleading, though it may not be intended that way. Firstly, it presents the question as if the only “questionable” aspect is that it will contain rape or murder at all, ignoring that most of the previous concerns (mine included) have to do with the apparent trivialization of real-world events. It’s also something we can’t make an informed decision about because all we know so far is that rape and murder will be included, not how detailed the portrayals are going to be or how these things will interact with the narrative. Secondly, the poll implies that the only way to “keep true to the heart of the story” is to change nothing about the game or what the creator intended, as if censoring (in the blacked-out REDACTED sense) is the same as being judicious in your writing. This is, again, something we can’t evaluate since the demo is very short and we don’t know anything about the plot except what the very short summary says.
In full disclosure, I didn’t vote in the poll for the reasons above. Additionally, the way it’s set up makes me think that you don’t want to change anything from the way you originally imagined it, which is fine. It’s your game, after all, and you’re the one who decides how you want it to go. That said, if you aren’t actually open to input, it seems a little disingenuous to put up a poll at all.