Yes I do... I like polls. They have multiple problems, and shouldn't play a big role on a decision but they should be part of it.
CP polls tend to be very M$ oriented, it's usually very easy to predict how a CP poll will end but sometimes I get surprised.
Also, better than the poll itself is usually the comments. Usually on every poll you get at least someone sharing a bit of knowledge about something related to that.
It's knowledge, for sure not rocket science, but knowledge, and if this global network thing have something that really worths is for the knowledge sharing... (sorry Facebook, gossip is not really worthy )
Specifically about this one, there's nothing good to take out of this. I'm sure many (if not all) that voted for 2.0 don't actually control that decision. Customers and projects decide this... So even if you're really willing to drop old browsers compatibility but your users use IE8 what would you do?
I think for my own personal development and on my side projects I will be dropping IE 6, 7, 8.
Honestly though I was already much in the process of dropping support for them. I was finding too my issues with supporting them in the same manner I would other browsers and more recent versions of IE.
as if the facebook, twitter and message boards weren't enough - blogged