a web-presentation of the results of this survey realized in 2011 as a PhD research
indicates almost everyone should be OK to use NC works and almost everybody should be OK to release under non-NC licenses, as "creative" and "professional creative" respondents profess almost zero and very little interest in "direct or indirect profit". :) This slightly reminds me of the symmetry of professed conservative practice and liberal expectations around NC for licensors and licensees hinted at in http://wiki.creativecommons.org/Defining_Noncommercial[this comment has been originally written by Mike Linksvayer in the cc-community mailing lists: http://lists.ibiblio.org/pipermail/cc-community/2012-September/007849.html]
I found this result quite surprising as most other results in this survey came out much as I expected. Did you draw any conclusions as to why professional creators were not interested in profiting from their work when by definition they are doing it as a profession and presumably need to earn a living from their work?
Dear Nicholas, thanks for your comment. For conclusions and reflections about these data, you can check the related articles http://copyrightsurvey.blogspot.it/p/related-articles.html , in particular "Content production and perception of copyright: an analysis of habits and beliefs of internet users". If you want to write a comment post or article (as Glyn Moodys did), let me know and I will add the link.
All comments and suggestions about this article or about the entire research are really precious. Feel free to write in your favorite language between English, Spanish or Italian. Please no off-topic, no spam, no coarseness.