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Table 1 Individual-level characteristics

From: A cross-sectional study of the environment, physical activity, and screen time among young children and their parents

  Total(N = 511)
Child sex (%)  
 Male 55.2
 Female 44.8
Parent sex (%)  
 Male 8.6
 Female 91.4
Child age (%)  
 Infants (< 1 years old) 4.3
 Toddlers (1–3 years old) 60.5
 Preschoolers (4–5 years old) 35.2
Child care status  
 Yes 83.8
 No 16.2
Family structure (%)  
 Two-parent home 70.8
 Single-parent home 29.2
Parental Education (%)  
 Elementary (Grades 1–8) 1.2
 High school (Grades 9–12) 14.1
 Community/technical college 32.1
 University bachelor degree 26.2
 University graduate degree 26.4
Distance to closest park (km) 0.2 (0.1, 0.4)
Yard space at home (m2) 467 (288, 885)
Child physical activity (min/day) 22.8 (13.0, 30.0)
Child screen time (min/day) 57.4 (28.4, 106.6)
Parent physical activity  
 Light (times/week) 4 (2, 7)
 Moderate (times/week) 2 (0, 4)
 Strenuous (times/week) 1 (0, 3)
 Parent screen time (min/day) 81.4 (42.9, 137.1)
  1. Data presented as median (inter-quartile range) or %.