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Table 2 Association among behaviors during leisure time and potential confounders (Brazil, n = 1752)

From: Association between regular participation in sports and leisure time behaviors in Brazilian adolescents: A cross-sectional study

Leisure Time Gender (%) Age (%) F-SES (%)
  Male Female 11–14 15–17 Wealthiest Poorest
TV viewing       
   L- Frequency 11.2 6.4 5.6 13.7 7.4 11.7
   M- Frequency 59.9 49.9 49.6 62.9 52.1 63
   H- Frequency 28.9 43.6 44.8 23.5 41.4 25.3
  p = 0.001 p = 0.001 p = 0.001
Walk       
   L- Frequency 49.4 46.5 49.2 45.7 47.8 48
   M- Frequency 41.6 44 41.2 45.7 42.2 44.7
   H- Frequency 9 9.5 9.6 8.6 10 7.3
  p = 0.282 p = 0.446 p = 0.411
Cycle       
   L- Frequency 32.4 57.6 39 57.6 44.8 49
   M- Frequency 41.2 33.8 39.9 32.8 37.4 36.7
   H- Frequency 26.4 8.6 21.1 9.6 17.8 14.3
  p = 0.001 p = 0.001 p = 0.050
  1. F-SES = family socio-economic status; L-Frequency = low frequency; M-Frequency = middle frequency; H-Frequency = high frequency.