To all who voted in that poll:
214 of you chose not to ban anything on the list, even if given the power to do so. You have your heads screwed on reasonably straight, philosophically speaking.
The rest of you have various things you would ban, if you could. The only thing that didn’t get even a single vote in favor of banning it is (surprise!) guns.
If every single one of you had the power to make your pick become reality, we’d live in a country where you couldn’t smoke, drink alcohol, drive a car with a combustion engine, look at porn, worship as you please, own property, vote (if you’re female), or listen to your favorite music.
You would, however, be allowed to keep your guns.
To defend what, exactly? We’d just be Taliban with McDonald’s and Starbucks.
Now consider that your favorite pastime is your neighbor’s pet prohibition or “reasonable, common sense restriction”, and you have the answer to the question “Why do our rights diminish every year?”