National Survey of 1,000 Adults
Conducted January 24-25,
By Rasmussen Reports
1* When you want to contact someone using your cell phone, do you usually call the person or send a text message?
2* In a typical day, how often do you use your cell phone to make calls, send text messages and emails, or use the Internet -- Rarely or never, once or twice a day, several times a day, every hour or constantly?
3* Do you ever read or write text messages on your cell phone while driving?
4* How worried do you feel when you unintentionally leave home without your cell phone -- very worried, somewhat worried, not very worried or not at all worried?
5* How often do you use your cell phone to get driving, walking or public transit directions to a location -- rarely or never, occasionally, several times a month, most of the time or all of the time?
6* How often do you use your cell phone to engage in social media sites like Facebook and Twitter? Rarely or never, occasionally, several times a month, most of the time or all of the time
7* Do you personally need to cut back on how much you use your cell phone?
8* (Asked of 1,000 Americans Adults) Generally speaking, do Americans need to cut back on how much they use cell phones?
NOTE: Margin of Sampling Error, +/- 3 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence