Valid point. The question asked was “Normative ethics: deontology, consequentialism, or virtue ethics?” (Note I actually quoted from the wrong entry above with the correct value as 23.6% but this makes little difference). It seems fair that the vast majority of deontologists and virtue ethicists are not EU maximizers. So, let’s include everyone who picked consequentalist or “other” as an option. This should presumably overestimate the fraction which we care about for this purpose. That’s a total of 55.9%, only slightly over half. Is that a consensus?