The Ask U.S. Panel pilot is a pilot (or test) of large nationally representative survey panel led by the U.S. Census Bureau. One section of the pilot is for the general population and one is for military members and their spouses.
The Ask U.S. Panel pilot invites households across the country to participate in an initiative to improve the ways the federal government collects information from the public.
Eligible households and individuals who join the panel will answer surveys about food and nutrition, transportation, employment, education and more. Panel members will receive monetary compensation for the surveys they complete.
This panel pilot and its surveys are conducted by RTI International, on behalf of the U.S. Census Bureau in partnership with other federal agencies. The panel will consist of individuals and households living across the U.S. that have agreed to be contacted and invited to participate in surveys led by the U.S. Census Bureau and other federal agencies.