Because it has been relatively easy to do in the post $30 bubble period, I suspect that people who do not control 1000 BTC blocks will cut out of many possible Bitcoin related endeavors going forward. That is probably why a high-ish percentage of those who hold any BTC at all hold sums in that range.
I fail to decipher what you are trying to say.
But the result of the vote may be due to a combination of A) low Bitcoin price and B) the vote being posted on a speculation forum.
I mean to say that it has become quite possible for people who got interested in Bitcoin during the hype of the bubble to obtain thousands of BTC. Therefore, a fair number of people will likely have done so.
A good fraction of the possible Bitcoin related efforts going forward will likely benefit by actually having a lot of Bitcoin. This could be things like making physical coins, lending them for shorting operations, backing 'designer cryptocurrencies' (which is a favorite of mine), etc.
So, for people to have a shot at getting involved in any of these things, they will either have to have acquired and held them, or be able to buy in at will in order to compete with those who do hold reasonable quantities of BTC.
I choose to acquire and hold them personally. This is to hedge against the possibility that it will become more difficult to do due either to an increasing price or lock-out of the more established and reputable exchanges (through onerous AML's, account closures, legislation, etc.)
I note that most of the people who hold BTC hold in excess of 1000 (or lied on the poll which seems somewhat pointless...pretending that a poll itself is not
somewhat pointless...) and I suspect that at least some of those people are thinking along the lines that I am.