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Table 1 Participant characteristics

From: How well do modelled routes to school record the environments children are exposed to?: a cross-sectional comparison of GIS-modelled and GPS-measured routes to school

   Participants GPS routes
  N % N %
Total/All 175   1191  
Sex     
 Girl 89 50.86% 614 51.55%
 Boy 86 49.14% 577 48.45%
How do you usually travel to school?     
 By car 41 23.43% 262 22.00%
 By bus or train 68 38.86% 475 39.88%
 By bicycle 8 4.57% 62 5.21%
 On foot 58 33.14% 392 32.91%
Home location     
 Urban 57 32.57% 367 30.81%
 Town & Fringe 44 25.14% 300 25.19%
 Village, Hamlet & Isolated Dwelling 74 42.29% 524 44.00%
What is your annual household pre-tax income?    
 Up to £10,000 17 9.71% 96 8.06%
 Over £10,000 to £30,000 40 22.86% 284 23.85%
 Over £30,000 to £50,000 49 28.00% 341 28.63%
 Over £50,000 to £70,000 30 17.14% 184 15.45%
 Over £70,000 10 5.71% 78 6.55%
 I do not wish to share this information 28 16.00% 203 17.04%
  1. NB No significant differences between SPEEDY 3 participants with GPS and all SPEEDY 3 participants in terms of these demographic characteristics.