So here's the link to the new survey and here's the results from the last one.
Also I'm going to do a giveaway once we hit 100 responses, so if you want to participate leave your in-game-name
Main Roster Men:
Very little surprise here, AJ Seth and Finn are all extremely popular in the game. Kevin Owens had a great year and thus he's probably a lot higher than he will be this year. These are the only performers who appeared on over 50% of the ballots cast.
Main Roster Women:
The big surprise here is that Alexa Bliss isn't higher on the list and that's super-easy to explain, she didn't get called up until the draft in 2016 and didn't do a whole lot until TLC late in December of 2016 when she beat Becky Lynch for her first title. I would expect her to be #1 in the new poll. Also several NXT call-ups aren't featured here and they will undoubtedly be showing up in 2018. Once again these are the only performers who hit 50% (or almost 50% in Alexa's case).
NXT Men & Women
All three of these folks were called up and made major impacts since the survey ended, so the entire poll will be new in 2018.
Once again, no surprises here, The Rock and SCSA are always going to be the most popular "legends" so long as Hulk Hogan isn't in the game. What's surprising is who ISN'T as popular as you might think. Once again these are the only performers who ended up on more than 50% of ballots, so you're missing Ultimate Warrior (came in at #12), Trish Stratus (#13), Brie Bella (#14) and a host of others. Despite being incredibly polarizing, HBK came in third and is still more popular than his biggest rival Bret Hart. There have been a few additions to the Legends roster, notably Goldberg and Batista, so you might see them in the new poll.
These were late additions to the original base set. Clearly Bobby Roode will most likely end up in the top 10 of current performers going forward. Goldberg and Batista might end up on the Legends top 10, though unless Batista starts wrestling again his chances are marginal. This won't be a category in the 2018 poll.