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Sep. 25-Oct. 9, 2014 and Feb. 10-March 6, 2015 – Teens
This dataset contains questions about teens and technology use.
Sep. 12-18, 2014 – Web IQ, Productivity, Being Informed
This dataset contains questions about Americans’ opinions on the Internet, their knowledge of technology and the web, and the impact technology has had on workers.
Aug. 7-Sep. 16, 2013 – Pervasive Connectivity
This dataset contains questions about people’s opinions about Edward Snowden’s NSA leaks, their willingness to talk about the revelations in various in-person and online settings, and their usage of various social media platforms.
Jan. 5-8, 2012 – Mobile Commerce
This dataset contains questions about mobile commerce.
June 18-21, 2009 – Video Uploading
This dataset contains questions about Americans’ use of the internet to watch, download or share videos.
Aug. 15-25, 2014 – Science Issues
This survey contains questions about Americans’ views on science issues.
March 17-April 12, 2015 – Libraries and Technology Use
This survey contains questions about American adults’ relationship with public libraries as well as their use of various technological devices.
Feb. 13-18, 2014 – Views of Science and the Future
This survey contains questions about Americans’ views of science and technology development in the next 50 years.
July 18-Sept. 30, 2013 – Library Typology
This survey contains questions about American adults’ (ages 16 and older) relationships with public libraries.
Jan. 9-12, 2014 – 25th Anniversary of the Web
This survey contains questions about internet usage, cell and smartphone ownership, and Americans’ views about the role of the internet in their lives.