Survey of Consumer Payment Choice

This survey fills a gap in knowledge about the role of consumers in the transformation of payments from paper to electronic.

  • Consumers report adoption of of nine payment instruments, including cash.
  • Consumers report frequency of use of the nine instruments.
  • Consumers rate instrument characteristics like security, cost, and convenience.
  • 2012
  • 2011
  • 2010
  • 2009
  • 2008
  • About the Survey

Derived Variables with Raw Data

Raw Data

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Results

Questions?

Data users, please submit comments, questions, and suggestions for improvement to survey methodologist Kevin Foster.

Derived Variables with Raw Data

Raw Data

  • RAND data files offsite
    Select "Well Being 206"
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Results

Questions?

Data users, please submit comments, questions, and suggestions for improvement to survey methodologist Kevin Foster.

Derived Variables with Raw Data

Raw Data

  • RAND data files offsite
    Select "Well Being 142"
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Results

Questions?

Data users, please submit comments, questions, and suggestions for improvement to survey methodologist Kevin Foster.

Derived Variables with Raw Data

Raw Data

  • RAND data files offsite
    Select "Well Being 87"
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Results

Questions?

Data users, please submit comments, questions, and suggestions for improvement to survey methodologist Kevin Foster.

Derived Variables with Raw Data

Raw Data

  • RAND data files offsite
    Select "Well Being 15"
    (To download raw data from RAND, create an account.)

Results

Questions?

Data users, please submit comments, questions, and suggestions for improvement to survey methodologist Kevin Foster.

 

This survey by the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston looks at payments from the consumer's point of view with three goals: (1) to model consumer behavior, (2) to see how behavior changes over time, (3) to understand what consumers prefer.