From a CNet article entitled "Poll: Businesses in U.S. warm to Vista"...
Just under half--48 percent--of IT decision makers in the U.S. are using or evaluating Vista, according to a poll by IT services firm CDW.
CDW's third Windows Vista tracking poll since October 2006, this survey shows a 19 percentage-point increase in adoption since February 2007.
Vista migration is also increasing, with 35 percent of those surveyed saying they are in the process of moving to Vista. Just 12 percent said this last February. Thirteen percent of these migrations are complete and another third are due to be finished by May 2008.
So here's my question: how many disagreeing Vista polls do we have to see before we just stop trusting the polls? Because I honestly think I've seen every variation of Vista numbers at this point and none of them jive with each other.