National Survey of 1,000 American Adults
Conducted April 10-11,
By Rasmussen Reports
1* How closely have you followed recent news reports about a major Internet security problem?
2* How often do you go online and use the Internet? Rarely or never, once a week or less, several times a week, or every day or nearly every day
3* (answered by 825 Internet users) Do you bank online?
4* (answered by 825 Internet users) How confident are you in the security of online banking and other financial transactions on the Internet - very confident, somewhat confident, not very confident or not at all confident?
5* (answered by 825 Internet users) How comfortable are you using your credit card for online purchases - very comfortable, somewhat comfortable, not very comfortable or not at all comfortable?
6* (answered by 825 Internet users)Have you ever had your credit card information stolen online?
7* (answered by 825 Internet users) Have you ever had to change any of your Internet passwords because of security concerns?
8* Are you less likely to use the Internet for business and other financial transactions because of the recent security problem? Or will it have no impact on your use of the Internet?
9* Does America’s increasing reliance on the Internet for business and financial transactions make the economy more or less vulnerable to attack? Or is the level of risk about the same?
NOTE: Margin of Sampling Error, +/- 3 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence