I use both. Film way more often, but I got a DD on a digital street photo.
Most commonly its film and scanning and/or contact sheets. I don't normally do wet prints these days for financial reasons, but otherwise all the best stuff would get wet printed. I never do digital prints, my scanning is solely for the purposes of digital archiving and/or online presentation.
Ok I misunderstood the poll as finite, or misunderestimated as George W would say. I earn my living through digital photography. About 40% of what I submit here are neg scans. Actually most of my xpan photos are two images stiched together, as the neg carrier only does half the frame.
The best street shooter on this site is a digital one [link] Although 90% of the digi shooters on this community when I see there images I just can't believe what I'm seeing, JDLR as picture editors would say. Thats fine for fashion and fine art, but for documentary it should be less subjective.
in fact, all my photography is 100% analog, but i had to admit, that i don't print by myslef we tried some time ago printing, but when we had real photos from the lab, to see our mistakes don't have time to try more.
I got one really cheap when I bought my darkroom stuff... I placed an advertisement in the newspaper to find it But I don't know if the print developing really pays off, the paper is quite expensive. Probably better to scan and print digitally... though, there's a lot more feeling when you put the paper in the different chemics