Eric Meyer reports that the results are available from the 2007 Web Design Survey: Analytical Breakdowns.
It’s an 82 page 1.7 Mb PDF chock full of charts and graphs. I’ve only skimmed, but it makes for interesting reading.
For example, over 70% of the respondents indicated that they have a personal website or blog. When that’s broken down by age group (under 21 to over 60) the percentage of those blogging ranges between 66.5% and 74.4%. That’s astonishing.
By gender: 73.1% of females blog, while 72.7% do. That’s pretty much a dead heat. Even when you break down blogging by job title, again the numbers range between 65.4% and 77.2%, with writers edging out designers by a hair’s breadth.
I think it speaks to the revolution that blogs represent: anyone and everyone can and does have something to say. A blog makes it possible.