Outside of Tudor propaganda, there is not much evidence for widespread discontent with the laity at all. Wolsey himself went on a mission to rid the church of bad behavior which appears to have been successful. The Catholic church filled many important roles in English life at the time. Outside of the towns, few people were literate, and so could not engage with the Lollard movement or read the bible.
The influence of the early Wycliffe translation on the bible is massively exaggerated. The word Lollard actually means nonsense-talker or mumbler, and there were probably not many people in Wycliffe’s circle. His movement was short-lived and heavily persecuted. In 1407, the Catholic Church had already banned all copies of the bible in English
There is no evidence that protestant ideas were popular before Henry VIII began the Reformation.