This variable is not available for any of the currently selected samples.
CINTOUTH indicates whether or not any household member uses the internet outside of the home.
This variable is part of the Computer Internet Supplement.
This variable is a slightly different version of CINTOUT. In contrast to CINTOUT, which is asked about individual household member internet use, this variable indicates the response to a general question that is asked about all household members.
In 2010 this question was only asked at the household level, meaning that if any person in the household accessed the internet from someone else's house all household members were coded as having accessed the internet at someone else's house. In 2012, the question was recoded at the person level, but with the same wording as in 2010 (if any household member accessed the internet from someone else's home).
For the remaining years, the question was asked and recoded at the person level, and using an individual type of wording. This information is compiled in the variable CINTOUT.
Researchers should also note the universe changes between samples
- All households.