I think an official poll should be cast by leadership even if 100K sign as that's still less than 50%.
They won't do that, stating that their "poll" is the voting by itself, whatever misleading method are they using to make people accepting their EULA-kind of Constitutional draft. If they follow your (correct) advice, numbers will paint them as the scammers(1) they really are... and, even if obvious, they don't like it.
I would guess that a large number of people simply didn't read the constitution but just accepted due to the way it was presented. I personally have been off the site for quite some time and didn't release what was happening. I had 30minutes left of yesterday to read it and it took me a good two hours, so technically my vote was late and shouldn't be counted. I only voted because I felt, pressured to make a decision of accepting and remain a citizen and therefore continue a right to question the areas I didn't like and leave later if nothing happens, or not sign and potentially be cast out. This isn't the correct way to hold a vote and clearly, after spending 12 hours on the site since I logged in, many, many users are unhappy with some parts of the final draft.
Keep in mind that, at the moment, with the voting process still (illegally) open, you're a "certified user" (L2) like me (I've not accepted the EULA). To be a citizen, whatever meaning that definition can have for a non recognized nation, the voting process must end and the results officially declared.
There is another "legal detail" they're unaware or have just bypassed, 'cause the whole process have been (we think "on purpose") very amateurial: to legally enact a Constitution, one have to be a citizen to vote for it (this process is named "Constituent Assembly") so, a "prior law" must exist to state that you, at the moment you have to vote for the Constitutional draft, have the "legal right" to vote (being a citizen gives you that right).
That "prior law" can't stay into a document(2) which still have no legal value, not having been approved so, in the total lack of a decree's article stating that (and it's a need, to have such writing, or Const. art. 9 par. 42 have not been written at all), all we are still "users": our vote is null in any case.
Last but not least, even if it's true that, as users (guests), we have no rights (even if the Code of Conduct have been written: they infringe their laws so they can do the same with the CoC also) and can be removed in any moment without notice or even the need their behaviour being explained, we're anyway "numbers" in the grandtotal: banning us won't help them at all.
I really do hope that draft means a draft, and this is like round one of the votings on this extremely important document. Personally, I am extremely unhappy with the wording of Kingdom, I'd never seen it before until this document and I am very worried that it will mean we're all subjects instead of citizens! For now, I can only watch this space and hope, but if that word kingdom is not removed. I will renounce my citizenship, before, I am renouncing my servitude as a subject.
They call it "a Constitution", not "a draft": we, the "rebels" (LOL), are the only ones who call it "a draft" as it is but, after the voting period will end, they'll have an "approved Constitution" (still a draft ;-)))
After the Constitutional draft will be "approved" (read the illegal approving procedure above), you, the acceptors, will be citizens and subjects at the same time: citizens of Asgardia's space kingdom, and king's subjects.
This, anyway, won't be legally binding(3) until you won't board the very first space habitat/colony. So it's not an immediate problem.
"scammers" in the way, having Asgardia no legal rules (as it's not a nation at the moment, so can't enact proper laws), the same its having Head of Nation's decrees (look at them as "internal rules", the same as the forum's Code of Conduct) which they're anyway infringing in multiple ways.
(2) Constitutional draft, art. 9 par. 42: "These persons are considered Asgardian citizens on a preferential basis prior to the adoption of the law on space citizenship of Asgardia"
(3) As, residing you into an Earth country, your country's laws have the legal precedence on Asgardia's ones.