To be honest, images presented with poetry tend to make me LESS likely to read the poem. That said, I have combined a few poems with photographs, and I have a friend who incorporates my poetry into her artwork.
I think for poetry itself, it depends what you see as your end goal with the poem. Poems that are written over the top of an image should really, to my thoughts, be the sort of thing you would be willing to hang on the wall.
I can not answer polls because they make me itch if I can't find the right option for me.
Pictures often really do attract more attention as they can be perceived extremely fast, almost without thinking. That is kind of hard wired into our brains, probably because in ancient times, a tiger you actually see has always been much more dangerous than a poem about it. But I think it depends on the poem and the picture. They have to resonate and increase each other's meaning. A bit like it does not make sense to put just any sculpture beside a picture in an exhibition. You would choose a sculpture that fits.
Do not just add any picture to a poem (or vice versa), that will hurt both artworks. Only combine them if they really fit, where maybe even made for each other. Some poems might be so stark in their meaning, that a picture fitting to it would be too much to bear. Some poems just need the space to unfold their full meaning. They can go much deeper. You have to decide for each separate artwork if they fit or not. If you are not sure you can still add a link to both of them.
Well if you ever feel like trying it out, you could ask others to aid you. If you feel you got a poem that needs visual support, why not make it a competition? It might also be interesting how others interpret your poem in visual form.
The poll wasn't for my personal decision making. I was just curious. I find it interesting. Obviously a part of me is interested in providing as big an audience for my poetry as possible, but I'm just not very good at visual art. haha. But the poll question was mostly curiosity.