The thing I learned, perhaps Canon knows this too, that the people who answered this poll (which may be the potential buying public for this body) want better low light capability and higher FPS.
Well, the potential buying public needs to be more than 79 people.
Actually, I've always argued that the potential buying public for the 7DII will fall into about four intersecting categories:
Current 7D owners who are basically happy with the camera and are seeking some marginal improvements in all areas – essentially an APS-C version of the 5DIII with image quality equal to or better than the final generation of APS-H sensor;
Current 60D owners who are tired of the compromises and ready to step-up to the flagship APS-C model;
Sports and wildlife shooters who want the reach of APS-C, but also want a high frame rate, improved autofocus and improved image quality at higher ISOs;
Full frame shooters who want the additional flexibility of an APS-C body as a second body.
All of these markets can be satisfied with incremental improvements in what remains the best APS-C camera made even four years after its introduction.