Last amended 10/01/2017.

These statements demonstrate SurveyUSA’s commitment to privacy: We log your IP address and use it to identify traffic patterns on these Websites. This gives us an idea as to which parts of these Websites users are visiting. SurveyUSA does not link IP addresses to anything personally identifiable. This means that a user’s session will be tracked, but the user will be anonymous. We also may use what are called “cookies.” Cookies allow SurveyUSA to both store and retrieve information through a user’s browser, but cookies by themselves cannot be used to find out the identity of any user. This enables us to hold user-session information, to append information provided in one session to information provided in another session, and in the event we establish password access to any part of these Websites, to save a user’s password so the user does not have to re-enter it on each visit to these Websites. If you would rather not take advantage of the benefits made possible with cookies, most browsers allow you to reject cookies or to choose which cookies to accept. SurveyUSA collects Personally Identifiable Information (PII) only when we have your consent to do so. SurveyUSA will only collect PII lawfully and privately (such as when individuals voluntarily participate in one of our opinion research surveys).  SurveyUSA may retain some PII to comply with laws, prevent fraud, resolve disputes, troubleshoot problems, assist with any investigations, enforce SurveyUSA’s Terms, or take other actions permitted by law. SurveyUSA may share PII with governmental agencies as part of a fraud investigation or for purposes of fraud prevention. Some pages on these Websites use social-media sharing buttons, which help share content directly from pages on these Websites to third-party social media platforms. Use social sharing buttons at your discretion. No information collected is shared with third parties for advertising or other purposes. Transmissions to and from these Websites may not be confidential and consequently, may be read or intercepted by others. To inquire: