The 2008 and 2009 results are listed, too. If you code in Ruby, you should fill it out and have a look at the previous stats!
Among the expected results are that Rails appears to be pulling more users away from Merb, due probably to Rails 3 being the merger of the two frameworks. Also, readership of the pickaxe is down, but only a little.
Meanwhile, I continue to be surprised by how few people use Haml! I just assumed that because it was so easy and that I personally found it such an important tool, that everyone else would, too. Well, shows me!
Perhaps the auto-completing short-cuts that many folks use for HTML and ERB make this a non-issue. But I can’t stand to write ERB anymore. Grumble, grumble.