spending time

The proposed U.S. federal government budget for 2009 cuts funding for the American Time Use Survey. The survey program costs $6 million per year to administer for its full sample design. That seems to me to be a small amount to spend for high-quality, publicly available data very relevant for understanding value generation in the digital economy, long-term changes in media use, and key current issues in the communications industry.

You can sign a letter here to support restoring funding for the American Time Use Survey. Doing so won’t take much of your time.

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