The Landline Survey
Thanks for taking this survey! Your results will be compiled along with the results of others who take this survey in order to drive research and important decisions that have nationwide consequences. Please answer each question honestly. This survey shouldn't take too long.
About This Survey
Throughout this survey, we will refer to landlines many times, which can refer to both the physical lines that wire your house to the telephone exchange as well as the telephone you use to place and receive calls. For survey purposes, we are talking about the line connecting you to your telephone company, not the telephone itself. For example, if you have a wireless home phone system that plugs into the landline phone jack in your home, the telephone itself isn't a landline obviously, but it's still using landline technology. For survey purposes. as long as your telephone uses the actual landline technology, it counts as a landline. However, a landline telephone that doesn't connect to a phone jack and uses a wireless or internet connection is NOT a landline. For example, digital VoIP systems, AT&T Digital Life and Magic Jack are NOT landline services. (If your telephone uses traditional copper lines, that's a landline).
There are a few questions near the end of this survey that will allow you to answer regarding your home phone regardless of whether or not it is a landline. Those questions are explicitly marked.
If you are a student, please ask your parents for answers if you are unsure of all of these answers. Our goal is to have 100% accurate data.
*As of right now, this survey has entered its finalized state. We do not expect any more questions to be added at this time. If you find errors in this survey, you may report them to us, but they will most likely not be fixed.
What state do you live in?
District of Columbia
Canada (all provinces)
I do not live in the United States or Canada
How old are you?
14 to 17 (High School Age)
18 to 21 (Undergraduate)
22 to 27
28 to 40
41 to 51
52 to 62
63 or older
Are you the head of your household?
If you and a spouse are both "heads" of your household, select 'Yes'
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