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Table 1 Descriptive statistics of individual-level covariates in the ¡Caminemos! study

From: Let’s walk! Age reattribution and physical activity among older Hispanic/Latino adults: results from the ¡Caminemos! Randomized trial

Variables All Group
Control Treatment
N (%)a N (%)a N (%)*
Mean age (SD) 73.1 (6.8) 73.2 (6.8) 73.1 (6.7)
Sex (n = 572)
 Male 131 (22.9) 58 (19.8) 73 (26.2)
 Female 441 (77.1) 235 (80.2) 206 (73.8)
Education (n = 572)
 No schooling completed 83 (14.5) 49 (16.7) 34 (12.2)
  ≤ 8th grade 256 (44.8) 132 (45.1) 124 (44.4)
 Some high school or more/other 233 (40.7) 112 (38.2) 121 (43.4)
Marital status (n = 570)
 Never married 72 (12.6) 41 (14.0) 31 (11.2)
 Married 164 (28.8) 77 (26.4) 87 (31.3)
 Separated/divorced 128 (22.5) 61 (20.9) 67 (24.1)
 Widowed 206 (36.1) 113 (38.7) 93 (33.5)
Income (n = 572)
  < $20,000 432 (75.5) 221 (75.4) 211 (75.6)
 $20,000 and above 90 (15.7) 46 (15.7) 44 (15.8)
 Missing 50 (8.4) 26 (8.9) 24 (8.6)
Mean medical comorbidities (SD) (n = 572) 2.6 (1.5) 2.7 (1.8) 2.6 (1.5)
BMI categories (n = 569)
 Underweight and normal 93 (16.3) 47 (16.2) 46 (16.5)
 Overweight 213 (37.4) 105 (36.1) 108 (38.8)
 Obese 263 (46.2) 139 (47.8) 124 (44.6)
Mean SF-12: Norm-based standardization of scale scores (Physical) (SD) (n = 572) 41.5 (9.6) 41.3 (10.3) 41.8 (9.6)
Mean SF-12: Norm-based standardization of scale scores (Mental) (SD) (n = 572) 50.3 (11.3) 49.9 (11.6) 50.7 (11.1)
Mean level of acculturation (SD) (n = 572) 2.1 (1.3) 2.0 (1.3) 2.2 (1.3)
  1. aPercent total to 100 across column