This survey contains questions about the role of technology in family life. It was used in our report "Networked Families".
This survey examines the state of civic and political involvement in America, and the ways in which technology plays a role in civic engagement. It was used in our report "The Internet and Civic Engagement".
This data set contains basic tracking questions, as well as questions about online video and how internet users are affected by spam email. It was used in the reports "Online Video", "Home Broadband Adoption 2007" and "Spam 2007".
This data set contains questions about the writing teens do for school and for personal enjoyment; the electronic texts that they create; their technology ownership; and teen and parent attitudes towards technology and its impact on writing. It was used in the report "Writing, Teens and Technology".
This data set contains questions about teens and gaming (the types of games they play, how often they play them, the platforms they play them on, and who they play them with) as well as questions about teens and involvement in civic activities. It was used in the report "Teens, Video Games and Civics".
This data set contains questions about the sources and approaches people use to get information and to solve common problems. It was used in the report "Information Searches that Solve Problems".
This data set contains questions about how people research, buy and evaluate products they purchase online. It includes modules on cell phones, real estate and music and was used in the reports "Online Shopping" and "The Internet and Consumer Choice".
This data set contains questions about usage of, and attitudes towards, information and communications technologies. It served as the basis for "The Mobile Difference" typology report, and was also used in the reports "When Technology Fails" and "Mobile Access to Data and Information".
This is the dataset for our bloggers callback survey. It is used in our 2006 Bloggers report.
This data set contains questions about science and sources of news and scientific information. It was used in the report "The Internet as a Resource for News and Information About Science."