My experience has been sellers get, if they are lucky, feedback from about half the folks who see their property.
Sometimes the feedback is useful. Many times it is just generic without specific comment.
If you are receiving plenty of showings and the feedback indicates (1) real interest, (2) prospects believe price appropriate for market [within negotiation range], and (3) its still a consideration then I would be optimistic.
Because a buyer will love your home and make an offer very soon.
If your house has been on the market for a relatively short time and the traffic is steady, then you are still within what I call the golden period and my 30-10-2 rule does not apply!