Web Design Survey 2007 - Maybe not so hard-done by?

I haven't even started looking through this properly yet, but Patrick just brought to my attention the results of the A List Apart Web Design Survey 2007 and it's a great read so far.

Being the unwilling complainer and non-supporter of discrimination (either the negative or the positive types), I'm always especially interested in those bits of data referring to us ladies, and these are some items that have caught my eye so far:

Of course, as with all polls - is this data representative? What percentage of people working in the web industry read things like ALA? It's a shame census aren't more detailed like this.

I'm not sure exactly what to say yet, but it certainly supports some thoughts I have on the matter of women in web development. I think there's always been a lot of talk about discrimination specifically within our industry (dare I even mention the matter of female speakers at conferences, or the lack thereof?) but with very little data and evidence to back up various arguments. I'd like to see some well formed discussions come from research like this and I hope to do just that as soon as I've digested the information and done a little more background work.