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Table 3 .

From: Probabilistic walking models using built environment and sociodemographic predictors

Variable MVPAa WALKING
833 m 1666 m 833 m 1666 m
OR 95% CI P-value OR 95% CI P-value OR 95% CI P-value OR 95% CI P-value
Sociodemographic
 Age 0.984 0.974, 0.995 0.004 0.984 0.973, 0.994 0.003 1.017 1.006, 1.029 0.003 1.018 1.006, 1.029 0.003
 Male 1.379 0.994, 1.914 0.054 1.384 0.993, 1.927 0.055 0.845 0.593, 1.203 0.35 0.831 0.583, 1.184 0.305
 Education 1.188 0.954, 1.477 0.124 1.191 0.957, 1.484 0.117 1.202 0.931, 1.551 0.157 1.229 0.959, 1.576 0.104
 Household income 1.087 1.023, 1.155 0.007 1.093 1.028, 1.162 0.004       
Regional location
 Seattle 1.534 0.961, 2.447 0.073     1.518 0.948, 2.430 0.082    
Neighborhood composition
 Res units/ha (GROSS)     1.32 0.976, 1.786 0.071     1.477 0.942, 2.316 0.089
 Res units/ha of res area (NET)        1.024 0.996, 1.054 0.098    
 Neighborhood centers (count) 0.794 0.600, 1.512 0.107        1.181 0.979, 1.423 0.082
Destinations
 Supermarkets (count)     0.852 0.715, 1.014 0.071       
 Hobby leisure (count)        2.762 0.890, 8.568 0.079    
 Fitness facilities (count)        0.916 0.839, 0.999 0.047 0.914 0.860, 0.970 0.003
 Solo sports facilities (count)     1.279 1.080, 1.514 0.004       
 Youth sport facilities (count)     1.111 0.980, 1.257 0.098       
 Youth sport facility (distance) 0.941 0.862, 1.027 0.175          
Transportation
 3-way intersections (count)           1.001 1.000, 1.003 0.114
 Bike lanes (total length)     1 1.000, 1.000 0.019 1 1.000, 1.000 0.128 1 1.000, 1.000 0.069
_cons 0.38 0.155, 0.931 0.034 0.269 0.119,0.610 0.002 0.069 0.026, 0.184 <0.001 0.041 0.014, 0.120 <0.001
  1. aModerate-to-vigorous physical activity