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Table 3 Belief that Health Promotion programs have a positive effect on business, by business size

From: The role of business size in assessing the uptake of health promoting workplace initiatives in Australia

  Overall Small Medium Large
  n % (95 % CI) n % (95 % CI) n % (95 % CI) n % (95 % CI)
Physical activity 110 51.9 (45.2–58.5) 19 45.2 (31.2–60.1) 51 60.0 (49.4–69.8) 40 47.1 (36.8–57.6)
Healthy Eating 109 51.4 (44.7–58.1) 18 42.9 (29.1–57.8) 46 52.9 (42.5–63.0) 45 54.2 (43.5–64.5)
Alcohol programs 83 39.3 (33.0–46.1) 12 28.6 (17.2–43.6) 28 32.9 (23.9–43.5) 43 51.2 (40.7–61.6)a
Mental Health programs 112 53.3 (46.6–60.0) 17 40.5 (27.0–55.5) 44 52.4 (41.8–62.7) 51 60.7 (50.0–70.5)
Smoking policy 85 40.3 (33.9–47.0) 14 33.3 (21.0–48.4) 34 40.5 (30.6–51.2) 37 43.5 (33.5–54.1)
  1. Unweighted data. CI confidence interval. aStatistically significantly different to other categories combined - χ2 test, p < 0.05