This place: http://ostatic.com/blog/actuate-survey-open-source-booming-in-china-germany-and-other-regions says that 80% of Chinese use Open Source software.
Yet this impromptu Google survey says that only 8% of people around Times Square know what a browser is: http://1-800-magic.blogspot.com/2009/06/oh-customers.html.
Doesn't compute, does it? People who don't know what a browser is would know about Open Source and be able to distinguish it from other forms of software licenses?
I think I know what's going on here: 80% of Chinese users think that Windows and Office are open source products because they got pirated copies of them for free :-)!