Results from national child restraint use study (June to August 2011)?


I'm looking for current misuse statistics, and the most promising thing *seems* to be this study, described here. The document I linked to does not have misuse statistics, but says that "a detailed analysis is currently in progress." Does anyone know where I can find misuse statistics from the study? Anyone know whether or not the analysis has been completed?

Thanks for any help, either with finding this study, or with finding other recent misuse statistics. The most recent that I have found thus far is 2006.


I think that is the kind of report I'm looking for, but that looks to be from a different study. Thanks for the link!

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