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Share of adults in the United States who are concerned about government surveillance of their digital communications as of January 2015

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U.S. concerns about government surveillance 2015 This statistic presents the share of adults in the United States who are concerned about government surveillance of their own data and electronic communications. During the survey period ending January 2015, it was found that 31 percent of U.S. adults were very or somewhat concerned about government surveillance of social media.
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This statistic presents the share of adults in the United States who are concerned about government surveillance of their own data and electronic communications. During the survey period ending January 2015, it was found that 31 percent of U.S. adults were very or somewhat concerned about government surveillance of social media.
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Release date
March 2015
Region
United States
Survey time period
November 26, 2014 to January 3, 2015
Number of respondents
475 respondents
Age group
18 years and older
Method of interview
Panel survey
Supplementary notes
Among the 87 percent of U.S. adults who have heard of the government surveillance programs.

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