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I don't know of statistics for this. I suspect that in general it would be a small percentage but would depend on the target user base.
It would be easy enough to check this on your own user base just by doing a simple test in actionscript and passing the results back to a serverside script for analysis.
I don't know of any data about this. I suspect it would be very small and would vary by the type of target user. E.g. IT/Flash savvy users or extreme privacy conscious users may disable this. I don't know of 3rd party software that disables this automatically for you... but then I haven't really looked for it. And perhaps some corporate IT policies might affect this for large groups of corporate users - this is a guess based on my own experience with corporate IT policies.
Beyond that... I would take the estimate of those who disable cookies as a rough maximum. I suspect that it would be lower than this figure.