I took the survey, but didn't submit it because the questions, as Jack pointed out, are too polarized. For instance I believe that there are certain circumstances (culling, for instance, or subsistence hunting) where I think guns are necessary. I also think there is a difference between the issue of hunting and the issue of the danger of guns. They are not necessarily the same thing or related to each other. I think question 3 needs more refinement, because I'm sure there are people who don't hunt, but don't mind others hunting, or people who hunt, but don't backpack, or people who hunt without guns. There are also probably people for whom question 4 is too restricted, in that they might or might not hunt, but might support much more content devoted to hunting. And there are people, like me, who oppose guns not because of hunting, but because of the danger they present to other people and, in the wrong hands, to the stability of a habitat.
Nevertheless, I applaud your efforts to take measure of this. It must have weighed on your mind, and I'm sorry if I caused harm. It would be interesting to see the results.