Interesting article in the SD Times - "agile software development processes are in use at 14 percent of North American and European enterprises" and "Another 19 percent of enterprises are either interested in adopting agile or already planning to do so, the survey found."
It's always a little hard to know how to interpret such statistics. I'm pretty sure agile methods aren't being used in 14 to 33% of all projects. And it's hard to know exactly people mean by "we do agile." I'd feel better if the analyst were somebody "anti-agile." But, they did spell it right and that's worth something in Hollywood:)