You have to appreciate that RTX is nearly 4 years old now. We were impressed when it came out but you can't expect everyone to be impressed non-stop for 4 years. The human emotion of being "in awe" of something doesn't last indefinitely. We get used to it. It becomes a new normal.Hardware unboxed polled their viewer base for their thoughts on Ray Tracing in games, only 8% (of 61K votes) considered it impressive.
Realtime Raytracing is supposed to simulate real life. Our reality. If done right, we shouldn't even notice it.
I've seen dozens of impressive tech demos. Its got to the point where they're not impressive anymore because I've seen it all before. That's how games should look by now.
So a poll asking if I'm impressed by something we've all got used to by now is going to get a negative answer. However, if the poll asked "do you think Raytracing is the future of gaming" I'm certain it would have gotten a much higher percentage because it most certainly is the future.