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Table 1 Characteristics of the study participants by wave, 2012–2014 (n = 2260)

From: Longitudinal associations between perceptions of the neighbourhood environment and physical activity in adolescents: evidence from the Olympic Regeneration in East London (ORiEL) study

 Wave 1Wave 2Wave 3% Missing
Exposures
 Perceived bus stop proximity   10.4
  % Further away25.520.718.8 
  % 1–5 min74.579.381.2 
 Perceived traffic safety   13.4
  % Low10.510.49.9 
  % Medium31.335.434.0 
  % High58.254.256.1 
 Perceived street connectivity   18.8
  % Low22.120.119.8 
  % Medium56.856.759.6 
  % High21.123.220.6 
 Enjoyment of neighbourhood for walking/cycling   12.6
  % Strongly/slightly disagree23.525.625.5 
  % Slightly agree33.839.243.0 
  % Strongly agree42.735.231.5 
 Feeling safe (personal safety)   15.1
  % Strongly disagree10.110.39.4 
  % Slightly disagree16.815.315.6 
  % Neither agree nor disagree24.023.522.6 
  % Slightly agree23.625.227.2 
  % Strongly agree25.625.825.3 
Outcomes
 % walking to school77.576.576.04.9
 % walking for leisure40.134.329.910.0
 % reporting outdoor physical activity79.376.070.014.5
Covariates
 % Girls43.60.0
 Ethnicity   0.0
  % White: British16.9 
  % White: Mixed8.4 
  % Asian: Indian3.8 
  % Asian: Pakistani3.8 
  % Asian: Bangladeshi14.9 
  % Black: Caribbean4.9 
  % Black: African11.1 
  % Other36.2 
 % with health condition42.439.341.010.9
 % receiving free school meals at wave 137.72.0
 Family affluence   3.9
  % Low10.77.05.0 
  % Medium53.350.651.1 
  % High36.042.443.9