State of Drupal in emerging markets survey 2011

This survey is intended to gather data about Drupal's opportunities and challenges in emerging markets.  "Emerging market" is a loaded and awful term, but for lack of a better one, I'm using it to mean anywhere that doesn't already have a large Drupal marketplace and community (i.e. North America and Western Europe).

I'm going to use this data in my presentation at DrupalCon Denver and the raw data will be released publicly under a Creative Commons license.
The goals of my presentation are:
  • Highlight the growth of Drupal worldwide
  • Provide insights on the adoption patterns of customers in emerging markets
  • Show the challenges and opportunities for SMEs and large companies
  • Celebrate and discuss the challenges of new Drupal communities around the world
The presentation will be somewhat heavily about India and probably China.  So it will be skewed towards the big IT players and how they are adopting Drupal, but I hope to also present a well rounded view of many markets people are not aware of.
Please answer honestly and completely, and feel free to suggest additional questions & add comments in the provided long-answer fields.
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