Between July-August 2000 and February 2001, the number of American adults who have downloaded music online shot up more than 40%. In another recent survey, 53% of online teens 12-17 reported downloading music.
The data set contains questions about dot.coms, fears of online crime, music, as well as basic tracking.
Americans are deeply worried about criminal activity online, and these concerns may be a factor in the public's support of the right of the FBI and other law enforcement agencies to intercept criminal suspects' email.
Most Americans attribute dot-com difficulties to overeager investors looking for quick payoffs and to the poor business plans of dot-com entrepreneurs.