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The word 'most' in the title is ambiguous. The following is one way of making it precise.

Question1: (This seems to be open. See Poonen's answer below)

A cubic projective curve over $\mathbb{Q}$ is given by ten relatively prime integers (the coefficients of its equation after clearing the denominators). Suppose we take a ten dimensional box $[-N,N]^{10}$ and choose points with integer coordinates with respect to the uniform measure and form the equation of the associated cubic curve. Suppose the number of points which give rise to a curve with a rational point is $E(N)$. Then what can we say about $E(N)/(2N+1)^{10}$ as $N\rightarrow \infty$?

Should the limit exist and if it does, should it be one, zero, or some other number?

Another question of interest is:

Question 2: (There is a satisfactory answer to this. See Voloch's response below.)

Are either of the sets {cubics with no rational point} and {cubics with at least one rational point} Zariski dense?

yes). So I think you should post it separately. – Ilya Nikokoshev Jan 10 '10 at 19:56