The American Time Use Survey (ATUS) provides nationally representative estimates of how, where, and with whom Americans spend their time, and is the only federal survey providing data on the full range of nonmarket activities, from childcare to volunteering. The ATUS publishes microdata files that include respondent-level data collected in the survey, in addition to thousands of estimates and data series. The microdata files include detailed information collected from nearly 228,000 interviews from 2003 to 2021. The data files include geographic detail at the region, division, and state levels. These ATUS data are published annually, with a 6-to-7-month lag. The most recent data include interviews conducted in 2021 and were released on June 23, 2022.