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Table. 3.

Table. 3.

Rates of participation (%) in physical activity according to household income and education level

Variable Participation (%)

Vigorous work Moderate work Transport Vigorous recreation Moderate recreation
Household income*
Men
Low 1.7 6.9 70.6 8.1 12.8
Middle–low 3.2 11.5 54.5 12.3 18.5
Middle–high 2.7 9.2 48.1 17.2 22.8
High 2.1 6.8 43.1 20.4 27.6
p for trend 0.2515 0.0031 <0.0001 <0.0001 <0.0001
Women
Low 1.0 7.2 80.2 2.4 9.3
Middle–low 0.7 7.1 75.0 4.4 12.7
Middle–high 0.7 7.5 66.7 6.1 19.0
High 0.7 6.5 59.8 9.8 23.1
p for trend 0.9717 0.0031 <0.0001 <0.0001 <0.0001
Education level
Men
≤Elementary school 3.4 7.2 73.0 4.1 12.2
Middle school 2.1 7.1 63.4 8.6 18.7
High school 3.2 10.0 51.5 15.1 20.2
≥College 1.8 7.8 44.1 20.1 26.3
p for trend 0.0019 0.3863 <0.0001 <0.0001 <0.0001
Women
≤Elementary school 1.0 5.9 83.2 1.6 8.2
Middle school 1.0 4.7 79.2 2.9 12.3
High school 0.8 6.2 68.8 6.7 17.6
≥College 0.6 8.9 59.8 8.7 22.0
p for trend 0.004 0.1023 <0.0001 <0.0001 <0.0001

*Low (first quartile), middle–low (second quartile), middle–high (third quartile), and high (fourth quartile). Analyzed from PROC SURVEYREG analysis (SAS version 9.4; SAS Institute, Cary, NC, USA); adjusted for age, obesity, job occupation, current smoking status, alcohol drinking status, and education level. Analyzed from PROC SURVEYREG analysis; adjusted for age, obesity, job occupation, current smoking status, alcohol drinking status, and household income.

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