You missed the 96 ideas already being shipped, which means that they were considered, developed and implemented since the platform was put in place.
You possibly missed the 76 which are duplicates or already existing ideas, yet were still proposed again.
Ideas being voted on gets considered/developed when the team gets round to being in the correct time to implement those.
Some features are already planned and in the works (follow Ashley on twitter, you'll see the prototype for a rework of functions he's working on).
When such a major feature is in the works, other features/ideas aren't.
It's a matter of timing mostly.
To come back to the title of your topic, as mentioned, making assumptions about numbers without actual data to back them up does not make for a strong case.
Trying to use opinions as facts often ends up in sterile discussions I'm afraid.