> Before 27 and 7
> Now 37 and 9
> The progression in favor of "buy" increases more faster
> Is a fact to think about.. no?
Again, this question is about whether people would prefer the pay model over the subscription. Nobody asked them if they would actually buy it OR if they would actually subscribe. For all you know, everyone who voted for the buy model would also subscribe if it were the only option. It's highly unlikely, and I'm not saying that it's true, I'm just pointing out how stupid and pointless this thread is, since it doesn't show what the people actually would pay for, just what they would prefer.
Well, unpopular business decisions can be enough to drive costumers away, even if they would be whilling to go with the other way or not.
I may be speaking for myself, but I'm not sympathetic with this subscription model, the enough to not go for it, no matter how good the software is. I'm speculating, but I think the majority of people complaining about it and voting for per-once would do the same as well.
Also speaking for myself, whenever I see a software based on subscription model, it drives me away instantly. The only expection is Netflix, as its cheap enough with a huge amount of content, its just entertainment, I avoid piracy and I don't feel like I need to own a movie. Even Spotify I use for free. I'm fine with the ads.
When talking about software, specially if you use it for work, its a whole different story.
If I'm researching for a software and I read that it costs an amount per year for you to continue using it, I immediately start to look for alternatives. Even if the alternative its slightly worse, the fact that I pay once and own it its a huge deal for me.
So its not only about if people would pay the subscription even if they don't like it, the real thing is, they for sure will start to a least research about alternatives. And well, there are a couple of decent ones out there. Construct is still my favorite, but unfortunetely for them, its not the only one.