A single song download is too pricey at 99 cents, according to a Billboard.com poll. Of 9,034 voters, 61% said that the base price at such online outlets as Apple's iTunes is too expensive for them.

A single song download is too pricey at 99 cents, according to a Billboard.com poll. Of 9,034 voters, 61% said that the base price at such online outlets as Apple's iTunes is too expensive for them.

The largest group, 32%, said 99 cents was simply too much for just one song. Another 29% preferred a less legal approach, agreeing with the statement "Why pay for it when I can download it elsewhere online for free?"

On the other hand, of the 39% who are in favor of the sub-$1 price structure, 22% felt 99 cents was OK if the quality and selection of the service offering the tracks is good. An additional 17% considered the cost a fair amount, "based on what you have to pay for an album."

A new poll already underway seeks your opinion on artists releasing CDs of their concerts shortly after they're completed. Stop by the Voting Booth and cast your vote today!