This survey contains questions on reading habits, library use and e-reader ownership.
Our August 2011 tracking survey contains data on apps usage for tablets and cell phones, as well as adult data on the climate of social networking sites.
Our May 2011 tracking survey contains data on mobile phone ownership and usage, as well as profile management on social networking sites.
Important note for analysis of mobile activities: To analyze certain mobile activities questions (Q14a through Q14h; Q17a through Q17i; and Cell11a through Cell11c) based on all cell owners, use the “total” version in the data set (i.e. Q14atot instead of Q14a, Q17atot instead of Q17a, Cell11atot instead of Cell11a). The topline data and crosstabulation files have been recalculated based on all cell owners for these questions.
Our 2011 teens survey contains data about teens' experiences online and perceptions of the online climate.
Our January 2011 tracking survey contains questions about people's sources of online news information.
Our December 2010 survey contains data on the role of technology in group formation and engagement. It was used in the report "The Social Side of the Internet".
Our November 2010 Post Election survey contains questions about how the internet was used for news gathering and political engagement in the context of the 2010 midterm elections.
This omnibus survey contains questions about the types of content users purchase online. It was used in the report "Paying for Online Content".
This survey contains questions about social media use, personal connections, and social support.
This data set contains questions about Twitter use, and was used in our 2010 update on Twitter adoption.