C# team asking for votes on new 'private protected' modifier.

It's proposed to add a new access modifier to the language in C# 6.0 which is provisionally called 'private protected'.
Currently there is a modifier called 'internal protected' (or 'protected internal') which means that the entity to which it's applied is accessible throughout the current assembly or by derived classes declared outside the current assembly. In other words it's the UNION of the 'internal' and 'protected' modifiers.
The new modifier will mean that the entity to which it's applied is accessible only in the class in which it's defined and by derived classes within the same assembly. In other words it's the INTERSECTION of the 'internal' and 'protected' modifiers.
The new modifier has always been available to CIL or C++/CLI programmers but not until now to C# and VB.NET programmers.
Anyway, the first problem is that the name which was originally proposed for this modifier ('private protected') is disliked by nearly everyone who's been asked on the grounds that it's not very clear what it means.
The second problem is that in the ensuing discussion on CodePlex there has been a wide variety of views on what should replace it and the C# design team are now looking for guidance on people's preferences by holding a poll:
 
If you're a C# developer and have a view on this, then please take this poll.
If you care about the aesthetics of the language, then please think twice before voting for some of the more outlandish or ugly suggestions. Remember that, once a name has been decided upon, we will be stuck with it 'for ever'!
Thank you for taking the time to read this.