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TABLE 3 Concordance of spouse pairs with respect to meeting Healthy People 2020 goals in six domains

From: Association of military life experiences and health indicators among military spouses

 Weight (BMI)Aerobic ExercisebStrength TrainingcSleepAlcohol UseTobacco Use
Na% (95% CI)Na% (95% CI)Na% (95% CI)Na% (95% CI)Na% (95% CI)Na% (95% CI)
Both Spouse and Service member met HP2020 goal187616.4 (15.4–17.3)498355.9 (54.4–57.4)301131.3 (30–32.6)318727.4 (26.2–28.6)516253.9 (52.5–55.4)626159.7 (58.3–61.1)
Spouse met goal; service member did not meet goal282228.1 (26.8–29.3)111913.3 (12.4–14.3)108111.5 (10.6–12.4)278733.3 (31.9–34.7)181822.4 (21.2–23.6)149719.7 (18.6–20.9)
Spouse did not meet goal; service member met goal161217.4 (16.3–18.5)188322.7 (21.5–24)357737.3 (36–38.6)141813.5 (12.6–14.4)100611.3 (10.4–12.3)6257.8 (7–8.6)
Neither spouse nor service member met goal339938.1 (36.8–39.5)6288.0 (7.2–8.9)178319.9 (18.8–21.1)209225.8 (24.5–27)91112.3 (11.3–13.3)99212.8 (11.8–13.7)
Kappa 0.06 (0.03–0.08) 0.08 (0.04–0.11) 0.07 (0.05–0.10) 0.10 (0.07–0.12) 0.20 (0.17–0.23) 0.31 (0.28–0.34)
  1. aN’s are unweighted and do not consistently add up to 9872 because of missing data. The number missing ranges from 163 (weight) to 1259 (aerobic exercise)
  2. bA total of 927 spouses and 668 service members stated that they did not or could not physically do any aerobic exercise. They were coded as not meeting the aerobic exercise goal.
  3. cA total of 4720 spouses and 2125 service members stated that they did not or could not physically do strength training. They were coded as not meeting the strength training goal.