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16 and older annoying about wearing Back Seat Passenger Base crash dummies Dislike Or Find Driver Seat Belt drivers and front Drivers whose primary Enforcing Seat Belt favor these laws females Figure Frequency Of Driver Frequency Of Seat Front Passenger car front seat passengers Hispanics Important Reason lap belt least on occasion males NHTSA non-drivers non-Hispanics Non-Use Of Seat percentage population age 16 primary vehicle Reasons For Non-Use Reasons For Seat received a ticket Reported Seat Belt required to wear respondents Risk Perception sampling error seat belt laws seat belt policy Seat Belt Ticket seat belt violation seating position simple random sample sport utility vehicle strongly agree strongly disagree Table Ticket Or Warning Total population age traffic-related reason Unweighted N's listed users vehicle has seat wear seat belts wear their seat wear your seat wear your shoulder/lap wearing a seat Wearing Belts White Hispanic wore seat belts wore their seat
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Page 194 - S (x) = the expected sampling error of the mean of some variable, expressed as a proportion; z * the standard normal score for some confidence limit; p ± some proportion of the sample displaying a certain characteristic or giving a certain answer on some variable or question; q * l.0-p;and n = the size of the sample.
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Page 149 - Please tell me whether you strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree, or strongly disagree with the following statement: In America, if you work hard, you can be anything you want to be.
Page 191 - Qx: Assume that you do not wear your seat belt AT ALL while driving over the next six months. How likely do you think you will be to receive a ticket for not wearing a seat belt? Base: Drives a motor vehicle.
Page 159 - Assume that you do not wear your seat belt at all while driving over the next six months. How likely do you think you will be to receive a ticket for not wearing a seat belt - very likely, somewhat likely, somewhat unlikely or very unlikely?