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October 2013 – Pictorial Activities (omnibus)
This omnibus data set contains questions about photo and video creation and sharing, and also measures of Instagram and Snapchat use on cell phones.
July 2013 – Anonymity (omnibus)
This omnibus survey contains questions about anonymity online.
July 2013 – Online Video (omnibus)
This omnibus survey contains questions about consumption and creation of online videos.
May 2013 – Online Dating (prelim)
This data set contains questions about online dating and non-internet users. Questions about technology and existing relationships are not included, and will be added when that report is released.
January 2013 – Mobile Shopping (omnibus)
This omnibus survey contains questions about device ownership and cell phone usage during purchase decisions.
December 2012 – Facebook (omnibus)
This omnibus survey contains questions on people’s Facebook habits and attitudes.
November 2012 – The Social Vote (omnibus)
This omnibus survey contains questions about how voters shared who they voted for in the 2012 presidential campaign with others.
November 2012 – Library Services
This survey contains questions about the use of libraries and library services. It was used in the reports “Library Services in the Digital Age”, “Parents, Children, Libraries, and Reading”, “Young Americans’ Library Habits and Expectations”, and …
October 2012 – Online Political Video (omnibus)
This omnibus survey contains questions about the types of political videos voters watched, shared and recommended during the 2012 election campaign.
September 2012 – Teens and Online Privacy
Our 2012 survey contains questions about teens’ attitudes towards privacy and their information management practices.