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Table 3 Percent and number of CBG at least 10 miles from a supermarket or traditional food store

From: Neighborhood deprivation, vehicle ownership, and potential spatial access to a variety of fruits and vegetables in a large rural area in Texas

  ≥10 miles ≥15 miles ≥20 miles
  supermarket Traditional* supermarket supermarket
CBG (n = 101) 47.5 (48) 32.7 (33) 26.7 (27) 12.9 (13)
% Vehicle Ownership     
   Low (n = 34 CBG) 29.4 (10) 17.6 (6) 17.6 (6) 5.9 (2)
   Medium (n = 32 CBG) 59.4 (19) 40.6 (13) 40.6 (13) 18.7 (6)
   High (n = 35 CBG) 54.3 (19) 40.0 (14) 22.9 (8) 14.3 (5)
   Low Income CBG (n = 42) 40.5 (17) 28.6 (12) 19.1 (8) 4.8 (2)
Total Population (119,654) 39.3 (47,039) 27.0 (32,342) 20.7 (24,744) 10.5 (12,519)
Socioeconomic Deprivation     
   Low (n = 27 CBG) 55.6 (15) 44.4 (12) 29.6 (8) 18.5 (5)
   Medium (n = 48 CBG) 58.3 (28) 39.6 (19) 31.2 (15) 14.6 (7)
   High (n = 27 CBG) 18.5 (5) 7.4 (2) 14.8 (4) 3.7 (1)
  1. CBG = census block group * Traditional food store = supercenter, supermarket, or grocery store
  2. Percent of CBG occupied households with access to a vehicle: Low = <90.5%; Medium = 90.5-95.4%; and High = >95.4%.