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Table 4 Park Quality outcomes models assessing the main effects of Income and race/ethnicity and the interaction in Baltimore, MD (n = 253)

From: Socioeconomic and race/ethnic disparities in observed park quality

Variable B Confidence Interval P-Value
Outcome: Trail total quality score
 Median Income 0.035 (−0.020, 0.090) .210
 White non-Hispanic 0.215 (−0.293, 0.722) .403
 Income*Race interaction -- -- --
Outcome: Open Space quality score
 Median Income 0.004 (−0.012, 0.020) .639
 White non-Hispanic 0.144 (0.034, 0.253) .011
 Income*Race interaction -- -- --
Outcome: Sports Facilities quality score
 Median Income −0.025 (−0.074, 0.025) .326
 White non-Hispanic −0.054 (−0.397, 0.289) .757
 Income*Race interaction -- -- --
Outcome: PA Facilities total count
 Median Income −0.073 (−0.147, 0.001) .053
 White non-Hispanic 0.513 (−0.046, 1.072) .072
 Income*Race interaction -- -- --
Outcome: PA Quality Score
 Median Income -- -- --
 White non-Hispanic -- -- --
 Income*Race interaction −0.414 (−0.743, −0.084) .014
Outcome: Aesthetics total score
 Median Income 0.003 (−0.060, 0.066) .923
 White non-Hispanic 0.255 (−0.225, 0.735) .296
 Income*Race interaction -- -- --
Outcome: Amenities total score
 Median Income -- -- --
 White non-Hispanic -- -- --
 Income*Race interaction −0.848 (−1.668, −0.028) .043
  1. Park size was a covariate in all models
  2. Income is presented in units of $10,000