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Did the state’s Click it or Ticket campaign make you more likely to wear a seat belt?

Asked at Massachusetts Street on June 27, 2004

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Photo of Shannon Keefe

“No. I don’t have a car, but in other people’s cars I already wear my seat belt.”

Photo of Stephanie Culver

“Yes, because I don’t want to get a ticket.”

Photo of Don Roberts

“It didn’t make any difference. I’ve never chosen to wear one.”

Photo of Dennis Sander

“Yeah, because if you don’t click it you can get a ticket, just like it says. It’s a catchy phrase. It made me want to use them more.”


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