(Although this might belong in the .NET forum, this is strictly a web-development related question)

Most of my clients are still requesting traditional ASP, so I haven't had time to start learning ASP.NET yet...

I'm curious - has anyone noticed a general trend of web applications moving to ASP.NET yet? If not, any ideas how soon (or IF) it will be accepted on a large scale? See the Poll below

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<INPUT TYPE=RADIO NAME=option VALUE="1"> My company/clients have already started moving to ASP.NET for web applications
<INPUT TYPE=RADIO NAME=option VALUE="2"> My company/clients have not yet started moving to ASP.NET, but plan to in the next six months
<INPUT TYPE=RADIO NAME=option VALUE="3"> My company/clients have no plans to move to ASP.NET in the near future
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