I know what you all mean saying, that the poll may be misleading or there is no simple answer. Anyway I still find your answers pretty useful:
1. Rather vibrance in Lightroom, not saturation
2. If anything, rather +1 than +4
It's still useful information for me and thank you for participating. What I find from your statements is, that you rather do not tend to oversaturate photos, making them look more artificial, but sometimes more interesting. It's maybe easy to make fun of Ken, but it could occure, that in reality many of us oversaturate our photos.
I also understand, that there is no standard or baseline but the question in workflow is - how much time do you spend on each photo? Of course - no simple answer here, as it can be 30 seconds or 30 minutes. But I assume, that if you work on 100, 200 photos from an event, then you don't spend 30 minutes on each photo, but rather try to copy/paste settings used in one photo to others, which seem to be similar in their lighting conditions. As I shoot RAW only, I simply found out, that in DPP I tend to set Standard or Faithful style, and after having normalized brightness, contrast, shadows and highlights I always check if the photo could not be a little more saturated. But in Lightroom I also prefer to deal with vibrance.
If the photo doesn't require perspective correction I prefer anyway to use DPP because I think, that their DLO is better, than LR's Profile Correction.