This data set contains questions about minor moments online, music downloading, and religion online.
This data set is a callback survey of self-identified artists. It was used in the report "Artists, Musicians and the Internet".
This data set asks questions about Internet users' experiences with regard to government. Some of the topics addressed include looking for information about government services and benefits, requesting official government documents and data, expressing opinions to representatives, frequency of government contact and respondents' preferred means of contacting government officials or agencies.
This dataset contains tracking questions about online activities. It also contains an extensive battery of questions pertaining to the volume of “spam” email, Internet users’ attitudes towards spam and the use of email filtering.
In addition to tracking questions, this dataset also contains questions about content creation, weblogs (“blogs”), newsgroup participation and Web diaries.
Contains questions about news consumption Internet use in relation to the war in Iraq. Also contains questions about opinions on the war.
In addition to basic tracking questions, this dataset also contains questions about holiday shopping online and health information online.
This data set contains questions about the expectations of Internet users when it comes to finding information and engaging institutions online. Includes questions about consumer purchasing, news gathering, online banking, and government websites.
This dataset contains questions about personal technology consumption. Questions about Internet service providers, monthly spending on technology and attitudes towards technology are included.
This data set includes questions about Internet use and political information and decisions. Questions pertaining to the 2002 mid-term elections, political websites, and information-gathering strategies are included.