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Table 1 Baseline characteristics of child mental well-being survey sample

From: Associations of physical activity and sedentary behaviors with child mental well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic

Quantitative survey (n = 144)
 Child characteristics
  Age, years M (SD) 8.01 (1.75)
  Female, n (%) 64 (44.44)
  White, n (%) 138 (95.83)
 Children in household, n (%)
  One 21 (14.58)
  Two-Three 106 (73.61)
  Four or more 17 (11.81)
 Parent characteristics
  Age, years M (SD) 39.76 (4.17)
  Female, n (%) 126 (87.50)
  White, n (%) 138 (95.80)
  Hispanic, Latino, or Spanish origin n (%) 9 (6.30)
  Married, living with partner, n (%) 134 (93.10)
  Employed, n (%) 120 (83.33)
 Employment Location, n (%)
  Outside of home 22 (16.20)
  At home 95 (69.90)
  Both at & outside of home 19 (14.00)
Qualitative interviews (n = 16)
 Child characteristics
  Age, years M (SD) 7 (0.71)
  Female, n (%) 13 (56.50)a
  Households with more than one child, n (%) 14 (87.50)
 Parent characteristics
  Female, n (%) 15 (93.75)
  Married, n (%) 13 (81.25)
  1. aParents reported on a total of 23 elementary school aged children