There is a poll at the ridiculously liberal blog Pray Tell which some of you readers might want to look at.
The question of the poll:
Should additional prayer texts be recited communally after the dismissal of the Mass?
While this might have something to do with special petitions for important concerns in a parish or diocese, it seems that this really has to do with the recitation of the traditional “Leonine Prayers” after Mass, or at least part of them, such as the Prayer to St. Michael the Archangel.
Some bishops asked for the recitation of the St. Michael Prayer in response to the homosexual crisis in the Church which is at the root of abuse of minors and of seminarians, etc. That has, apparently, upset the curator of Pray Tell.
Right now there are not many results in their poll. I doubt there would be anyway, since it isn’t widely read. As I write, the score is NO-10, YES-4.
Because they have a thin readership, you might want to help them out and give them a larger sample in their informal poll.
Meanwhile, this is where you can find their poll, right now. I added some indications about other items they have going, in red.