In Nov 2019, across all fifty states and the District of Columbia, Census interviewers talked to 52,000 households for this comprehensive survey, which collects data every two years on who goes online, what computing devices and technologies people use, and what challenges prevent some Americans from taking full advantage of the digital age. This latest NTIA Internet Use Survey is the 15th data collection commissioned by NTIA and administered by the Census Bureau.
The questionnaire, which is identical to the one used for the previous survey two years ago, contains over 50 questions that that will help researchers understand the state of Internet adoption in 2019, while also shedding light on a number of contemporary issues in Internet policy. The questionnaire includes topics such as wearable devices, online privacy concerns, and reasons why some households lack home Internet service.
Ebook version of the survey