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Table 1 GGHB 'Health and Well-Being Survey 2002' Respondents (n = 991)

From: Is proximity to a food retail store associated with diet and BMI in Glasgow, Scotland?

   N %
Age category 16-24 years old 110 11.1
  25-34 years old 157 15.8
  35-44 years old 165 16.6
  45-54 years old 130 13.1
  55-64 years old 120 12.1
  65-74 years old 170 17.2
  75+ years old 139 14.0
Gender Male 394 39.8
  Female 597 60.2
Socio-Economic Position A, B, C1 346 34.9
  C2 225 22.7
  D, E 420 42.4
Household owns a car Yes 390 39.4
  No 601 60.6
Employment status Employed, full time student 343 34.6
  Unemployed, retired, homemaker 648 65.4
Body Mass Index 18.5-24.99 559 56.4
  25-29.9 310 31.3
  30+ 122 12.3
Fruit/vegetable consumption Less than 5 portions every day 680 68.6
  At least five portions every day 311 31.4
High-fat snack consumption 2 or more high-fat snacks daily 309 31.2
  1 or less high-fat snack daily 682 68.8
Access to...    
General store (within 500 m)   723 73.0
Fruit/vegetable retailer (within 1000 m)   313 31.6
Supermarket (within 1000 m)   458 46.2