Awareness to Responsive Web Design has grown substantially over the last few years, and practically any major organization has some RWD project in their Mobile Strategy decks. However, are we just talking about it, or actually doing it?
I ran a mass test to identify the responsive websites amongst the top 100,000 websites in the world. Eventually, we'll be able to rerun this test to track RWD adoption over time, but for now we can use it to see how RWD sites compare to each other and to non-RWD sites.
This short presentation, given over beers at the awesome SmashingConf, shares some such insights.
A (slightly smaller) but more detailed description of the test can be found here: www.guypo.com/mobile/roughly-1-in-8-websites-is-responsive/