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Table 2 Weighted prevalence proportions of OS participation by socio-demographic, family-related, health-related, behavioural, and environmental variables

From: Determinants of organised sports participation patterns during the transition from childhood to adolescence in Germany: results of a nationwide cohort study

  Number Missing Maintenance % (95 % Cl) Dropout % (95 % Cl) Commencement % (95 % Cl) Nonparticipation % (95 % Cl)
Total sample 3471   48.5 (46.2–50.8) 20.5 (18.7–22.4) 12.3 (10.8–14.0) 18.7 (16.8–20.8)
Sex   0     
 Boys 1766   53.3 (50.1–56.5) 19.1 (16.7–21.7) 11.3 (9.4–13.5) 16.3 (14.0–18.9)
 Girls 1705   43.5 (40.3–46.7) 21.9 (19.5–24.5) 13.4 (11.4–15.7) 21.3 (18.4–24.5)
Age group   0     
 8–10 years 2043   48.2 (45.0–51.3) 23.2 (20.8–25.7) 9.7 (8.2–11.5) 19.0 (16.5–21.7)
 6–7 years 1428   48.9 (45.6–52.2) 16.7 (14.1–19.7) 15.9 (13.4–18.8) 18.5 (15.5–21.8)
Parental education   8     
 Low 407   35.1 (30.0–40.5) 18.2 (14.2–23.0) 15.9 (12.3–20.2) 30.9 (26.5–35.8)
 Intermediate 1922   50.0 (47.3–52.6) 23.4 (21.3–25.6) 11.1 (9.6–12.9) 15.6 (13.6–17.7)
 High 1134   63.1 (59.5–66.6) 17.6 (15.1–20.5) 10.1 (8.2–12.4) 9.2 (7.6–11.0)
Household income 19     
 Low 1099   35.2 (31.5–39.2) 20.7 (17.7–24.1) 14.4 (11.7–17.5) 29.7 (26.2–33.5)
 Middle 1299   54.6 (50.9–58.1) 19.1 (16.6–21.9) 12.4 (10.2–15.1) 13.9 (11.9–16.2)
 High 1054   61.7 (58.0–65.3) 22.3 (19.3–25.7) 8.9 (7.0–11.2) 7.0 (5.4–9.1)
Migrant background   14     
 Yes 321   35.0 (28.3–42.4) 20.9 (15.5–27.6) 12.8 (8.3–19.2) 31.3 (25.3–38.1)
 No 3136   51.0 (48.5–53.4) 20.4 (18.5–22.3) 12.2 (10.6–14.0) 16.5 (14.5–18.6)
Family form   0     
 No single-parent 3156   49.6 (47.1–52.2) 20.4 (18.5–22.4) 12.3 (10.6–14.1) 17.7 (15.8–19.8)
 Single-parent 315   39.5 (32.8–46.6) 21.0 (16.0–27.1) 12.9 (8.9–18.4) 26.7 (19.9–34.8)
Overweight/obesity   12     
 Yes 444   38.7 (33.2–44.5) 23.5 (18.5–29.3) 13.3 (9.2–18.9) 24.5 (18.6–31.7)
 No 3015   50.0 (47.6–52.3) 20.0 (18.1–22.1) 12.2 (10.6–14.0) 17.8 (15.9–20.0)
General health status   12     
 Not very good 1986   46.1 (43.0–49.2) 21.2 (19.2–23.5) 13.0 (11.1–15.2) 19.7 (17.2–22.6)
 Very good 1473   52.3 (48.9–55.7) 19.7 (17.3–22.3) 11.5 (9.5–13.9) 16.5 (13.7–19.7)
Special health care needs   173     
 Yes 523   49.8 (47.1–52.5) 20.8 (18.8–22.9) 12.0 (10.4–13.9) 17.4 (15.4–19.7)
 No 2775   44.5 (39.2–49.9) 22.1 (18.5–26.3) 14.1 (10.4–19.0) 19.3 (15.0–24.5)
Psychopathological problems 11     
 Yes 2972   50.8 (48.2–53.3) 20.3 (18.3–22.5) 11.8 (10.2–13.6) 17.2 (15.1–19.4)
 No 488   38.0 (32.8–43.6) 20.9 (16.7–25.8) 15.1 (10.8–20.8) 26.0 (21.2–31.6)
Motor fitness   51     
 Below-average 573   32.7 (28.2–37.6) 20.0 (16.4–24.3) 16.6 (12.9–21.1) 30.7 (25.4–36.4)
 Average 2209   48.3 (45.4–51.2) 21.4 (19.0–23.9) 11.8 (10.0–13.9) 18.5 (16.1–21.1)
 Above-average 638   63.1 (58.0–68.0) 18.4 (15.4–21.8) 9.9 (7.1–13.7) 8.6 (5.9–12.3)
Screen-based media use   136     
 Low 1242   54.8 (51.1–58.4) 19.8 (16.9–23.1) 11.0 (8.9–13.5) 14.4 (12.0–17.1)
 Middle 1159   51.0 (46.9–55.1) 19.5 (16.8–22.6) 12.4 (10.0–15.2) 17.1 (14.2–20.5)
 High 934   41.1 (37.3–45.0) 21.4 (18.3–24.8) 14.0 (11.1–17.4) 23.6 (19.8–27.9)
Residential area size   0     
 Rural area 766   48.2 (40.7–55.8) 19.6 (15.0–25.3) 13.9 (10.5–18.3) 18.2 (13.5–24.2)
 Small-sized city 987   51.0 (47.3–54.7) 20.6 (17.2–24.4) 10.3 (7.6–13.9) 18.1 (15.2–21.4)
 Medium-sized city 1013   50.6 (47.0–54.2) 22.3 (19.7–25.2) 11.5 (9.2–14.4) 15.5 (12.8–18.8)
 Metropolitan city 705   43.5 (39.3–47.8) 18.6 (15.3–22.6) 14.3 (11.1–18.2) 23.6 (19.5–28.2)