This survey is conducted to support research on the subject of privacy. Please take a few minutes to answer the following survey questions. Data will be used in aggregate, and specifics about your responses will not be part of the research. The goal is to sample responses of an anonymous population. Answering all the questions is NOT required.
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What year were you born?

 
What is your gender?


 
What ethnic group best describes you?


 
What is the highest grade or year of school you completed?


 
What is your marital status?


 
Which answer best describes your current employment status?


 
Which answer describes your current household (or individual) yearly income (in USD)?


 
Is it beneficial for someone to know your name?

     
 
How likely is it that others knowing your name will have an impact on your life?


 
Is it beneficial for someone to know your email address?

     
 
How likely is it that others knowing your email address will have an impact on your life?


 
Is it beneficial for someone to know your social security number?

     
 
How likely is it that others knowing your social security number will have an impact on your life?


 
What level of trust do you have in a perfect stranger?


 
What level of trust do you have in a co-worker?


 
What level of trust do you have in a police officer?


 
What level of trust do you have in a member of the clergy (ex. priest, cleric, etc.)?


 
You are stopped on the street by a perfect stranger. The perfect stranger asks you for your name. How likely are you to give the perfect stranger your name?


 
You are stopped on the street by a perfect stranger. The perfect stranger asks you for your email address. How likely are you to give the perfect stranger your email address?


 
You are stopped on the street by a perfect stranger. The perfect stranger asks you for your social security number. How likely are you to give the perfect stranger your social security number?


 
You are stopped on the street by a co-worker. The co-worker asks you for your name. How likely are you to give the co-worker your name?


 
You are stopped on the street by a co-worker. The co-worker asks you for your email address. How likely are you to give the co-worker your email address?


 
You are stopped on the street by a co-worker. The co-worker asks you for your social security number. How likely are you to give the co-worker your social security number?


 
You are stopped on the street by a police officer. The police officer asks you for your name. How likely are you to give the police officer your name?


 
You are stopped on the street by a police officer. The police officer asks you for your email address. How likely are you to give the police officer your email address?


 
You are stopped on the street by a police officer. The police officer asks you for your social security number. How likely are you to give the police officer your social security number?


 
You are stopped on the street by a member of the clergy (ex. priest, cleric, etc.). The clergy member asks you for your name. How likely are you to give the clergy member your name?


 
You are stopped on the street by a member of the clergy (ex. priest, cleric, etc.). The clergy member asks you for your email address. How likely are you to give the clergy member your email address?


 
You are stopped on the street by a member of the clergy (ex. priest, cleric, etc.). The clergy member asks you for your social security number. How likely are you to give the clergy member your social security number?


 
You are stopped on the street by a perfect stranger. The perfect stranger asks you for your name. How likely is it that giving the perfect stranger your name will result in your identity being stolen?


 
You are stopped on the street by a perfect stranger. The perfect stranger asks you for your email address. How likely is it that giving the perfect stranger your email address will result in your identity being stolen?


 
You are stopped on the street by a perfect stranger. The perfect stranger asks you for your social security number. How likely is it that giving the perfect stranger your social security number will result in your identity being stolen?


 
You are stopped on the street by a co-worker. The co-worker asks you for your name. How likely is it that giving the co-worker your name will result in your identity being stolen?


 
You are stopped on the street by a co-worker. The co-worker asks you for your email address. How likely is it that giving the co-worker your email address will result in your identity being stolen?


 
You are stopped on the street by a co-worker. The co-worker asks you for your social security number. How likely is it that giving the co-worker your social security number will result in your identity being stolen?


 
You are stopped on the street by a police officer. The police officer asks you for your name. How likely is it that giving the police officer your name will result in your identity being stolen?


 
You are stopped on the street by a police officer. The police officer asks you for your email address. How likely is it that giving the police officer your email address will result in your identity being stolen?


 
You are stopped on the street by a co-worker. The co-worker asks you for your social security number. How likely is it that giving the co-worker your social security number will result in your identity being stolen?


 
You are stopped on the street by a member of the clergy (ex. priest, cleric, etc.). The clergy member asks you for your name. How likely is it that giving the clergy member your name will result in your identity being stolen?


 
You are stopped on the street by a member of the clergy (ex. priest, cleric, etc.). The clergy member asks you for your email address. How likely is it that giving the clergy member your email address will result in your identity being stolen?


 
You are stopped on the street by a member of the clergy (ex. priest, cleric, etc.). The clergy member asks you for your social security number. How likely is it that giving the clergy member your social security number will result in your identity being stolen?


 
You are stopped on the street by a perfect stranger. The perfect stranger asks you for your name. How likely are you to have an interest in knowing why the perfect stranger wants to know your name?


 
You are stopped on the street by a perfect stranger. The perfect stranger asks you for your email address. How likely are you to have an interest in knowing why the perfect stranger wants to know your email address?


 
You are stopped on the street by a perfect stranger. The perfect stranger asks you for your social security number. How likely are you to have an interest in knowing why the perfect stranger wants to know your social security number?


 
You are stopped on the street by a co­-worker. The co­-worker asks you for your name. How likely are you to have an interest in knowing why the co­-worker wants to know your name?


 
You are stopped on the street by a co­-worker. The co­-worker asks you for your email address. How likely are you to have an interest in knowing why the co­-worker wants to know your email address?


 
You are stopped on the street by a co­-worker. The co­-worker asks you for your social security number. How likely are you to have an interest in knowing why the co­-worker wants to know your social security number?


 
You are stopped on the street by a police officer. The police officer asks you for your name. How likely are you to have an interest in knowing why the police officer wants to know your name?


 
You are stopped on the street by a police officer. The police officer asks you for your email address. How likely are you to have an interest in knowing why the police officer wants to know your email address?


 
You are stopped on the street by a police officer. The police officer asks you for your social security number. How likely are you to have an interest in knowing why the police officer wants to know your social security number?


 
You are stopped on the street by a member of the clergy (ex. priest, cleric, etc.). The clergy member asks you for your name. How likely are you to have an interest in knowing why the clergy member wants to know your name?


 
You are stopped on the street by a member of the clergy (ex. priest, cleric, etc.). The clergy member asks you for your email address. How likely are you to have an interest in knowing why the clergy member wants to know your email address?


 
You are stopped on the street by a member of the clergy (ex. priest, cleric, etc.). The clergy member asks you for your social security number. How likely are you to have an interest in knowing why the clergy member wants to know your social security number?


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