There's another thread out there asking how many people actually code, but it appears to be answered only by people who actually do code.
I'm just curious, though, about how many people code and how many people don't code.
Edit: By the way, I answered "I got trained in some kind of coding at some point, but I don't code." My senior year in high school, I took an AP Computer Science course that was in... Pascal, I think? We did stuff like putting values into an array and them pulling them out with While loops.
I've long forgotten how to do anything like that, and I don't even know if that language is viable any more. People seem to use Python, C++, and Java or whatnot.
Every now and then I get the urge to look at a programming for beginners book, but the "hello world" thing really turns me off.