This page lists the UAS data files, and data products, as well as certain UAS longitudinal study pages where datasets, publications, documentation and other information are aggregated.
Registration is not required to explore survey questions and documentation, read reports of aggregated results, or view study pages. Registered users may additionally view unweighted survey frequencies** and download microdata. Information about registration is located here.
Access to the UAS survey data and data product files is governed by the CESR Data Management Policies and Services. All files described here may be linked for analysis using the UAS’s unique respondent identifier uasid. Data files typically include the UAS’s set of standard demographic variables described here. Weights are generally also included, constructed per the UAS Weighting Procedures.
The following data files, data products, and UAS longitudinal study pages are available:
Data sets for individual UAS surveys including STATA/CSV data sets, demographic files for non-respondents, timings files containing the time respondents spent, platform information files containing information about the type of device, operating system and browser, as well as documentation such as codebooks and further data descriptions. A full listing of UAS surveys is here
Data sets integrating data from related surveys in the UAS in an user-friendly fashion. Click a specific item to learn more:
Data sets about activities undertaken to recruit new panel members, to maintain membership of current panel members, and the behavior of respondents in terms of the surveys they participate in. More information is available here
Data sets related to specific studies. Click a specific study to learn more:
Drug Use Supplement (Tracks monthly variation in drug use patterns and related-characteristics)
Education Project (Targets the subset of UAS households with at least one preK-12 child and/or at least one postsecondary student)
Monthly Events (Follows UAS respondents aged 50 or older with regard to events they experienced as well as self-assessments of health, life satisfaction, pain, hours worked, earnings and medical expenditures)
U.S. Election (Provides access to the 2016, 2018 and 2020 U.S. Election Polls conduced in the UAS)