You should add poll options for in between people. Perhaps leaning towards one side or leaning towards the other?
My opinion is as follows, I hope I don't get anyone super offended for it. Not that I really care.
I'm not super fond of multiculturalism, because I don't like the idea of other cultures invading or attempting to get rid of the culture that a place already has. Acceptance is fine, but I'm not a big fan of promoting people to keep their old culture. I also think we should have the same expectations for everyone, and there should be no excuses for people avoiding things or doing whatever they want and getting away with it because "It's against my religion" or whatever. Religion/belief should never be an excuse to not do something that everyone else has to do. Unfortunately the problem is lots of religious people use their beliefs as an excuse to avoid doing what they don't want to do, simply by saying "it's against my belief/religion". And as soon as you don't want to cater to them, you get SJW's and whiteknights attacking you simply because you believe in equality and that you think that everyone who is capable should have the same general expectations. Another problem with multiculturalism is that conflicting between people happens a lot easier. It can be applied to the same expectations argument, you get one group saying "We have to do it, you should too" and then you get the other group fighting back because they don't want to.
Also, as I have said, I think people having their own belief and religion is great, I just don't like the idea of special treatment and recognition of people with beliefs/religions/cultures different than the "norm" or the place's original culture. We should focus more on integrating everyone together instead of keeping everyone separate from each other.