So, taking into account the two paths that lead to failure, roughly 81% of those polled do not believe the Mets will find a way to improve the team greatly this offseason. That is, essentially, a 19% vote of confidence in the ownership and front office. Now, because I like to make fruitless comparisons between unrelated entities, I've looked up some other polls.
According to the Real Clear Politics Average, 21.8 of America believes the country is on the right track. According to Gallup, 26% of people have a great deal or a lot of confidence in banks; 23% feel the same way about television news. In fact, according to Pew Research, the exact same number of people trust the American government implicitly as trust the Mets to get some good players.
The honesty of lawyers is on par with a Mets confidence poll.
The company you keep.