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Table 4 Association between Perceived Neighborhood Safety and Self- Reported Sufficient Health Related Walking, Overall and by Gender

From: Perceived crime and traffic safety is related to physical activity among adults in Nigeria

  Total (N=219) Women (n=86) Men (n=133)
  Adjusted OR (95%C.I) Adjusted OR (95%C.I) Adjusted OR (95%C.I)
Traffic Safety for bicycling
Safe 2.26 (0.49- 10.53)   
Not Safe 1.00 --- ---
Traffic Safety for walking
Safe 1.19 (0.19- 7.12) --- ---
Not Safe 1.00   
Crime Safety during the day
Safe 5.92 (1.38- 60.59)* 10.27 (1.57- 18.31)* 3.34 (0.47-16.28)
Not Safe 1.00 1.00 1.00
Crime Safety at night
Safe 6.99 (2.71- 18.04)* 3.09 (0.56- 17.02) 6.97 (2.16- 22.50)*
Not Safe 1.00 1.00 1.00
  1. CI indicates confidence intervals; and OR, odds ratio
  2. Adjusted for age, neighborhood location, employment status, and educational level
  3. -- Sex-specific results were only presented for safety variables for which there were significant moderating effects with gender
  4. * P<0.05