Here's the survey options given by AcadNETwork at http://www.acadnetwork.com/topic-128.0.html, and my response to each:
LISP will arrive in AutoCAD LT: Nope. Autodesk follows Microsoft's dictates when it comes to APIs.
An AutoCAD Linux version: Nope. The Mac version is selling in insufficient quantity that a Linux version is out of the question.
A free AutoCAD LT reduced version: Nope. LT is 2D, and for Autodesk the future is 3D, such as the already-free 123D.
3D arrives in AutoCAD LT: Nope. See above.
AutoCAD LT on Mac: Nope. With so many features missing from Acad/Mac, it already feels like an LT version.
Visual dialog boxes for Visual LISP: Nope. See above.
A completely free AutoCAD: Nope. Already have that with Fusion and 123D.
AutoCAD on the cloud: Nope. Already have that with AutoCAD WS, whose feature set is being expanded monthly.
A completely free AutoCAD LT: Nope. See above.
A visual apps builder like Google Android apps: Possibly. Such an interface was shown at last year's Autodesk University, but this announcement has to do with design, not programming.
AutoCAD will run in your browser, no install necessary: Nope. Already available from Autodesk Labs.