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Table 2 Distribution of respondents across variables in different educational groups (N = 2375)

From: The role of the built environment in explaining educational inequalities in walking and cycling among adults in the Netherlands

Sex Low education Middle education High education Total
N % N % N % N %
Female 674 65.4 277 54.7 363 48.2 1314 56.3
Male 354 34.6 283 45.3 424 51.8 1061 43.7
Age
 30–39 22 3.5 70 15.0 114 18.1 206 11.9
 40–49 68 9.9 138 29.1 165 24.0 371 20.2
 50–59 140 21.7 113 24.0 172 24.3 425 23.3
 60–69 331 36.2 137 21.3 175 21.1 643 26.7
 70–79 405 24.6 84 8.6 144 10.8 633 15.2
 80–89 62 4.0 18 2.1 17 1.7 97 2.7
Employment status
 Full-time 97 15.4 151 32.0 258 38.0 506 28.1
 Part-time 93 13.8 147 30.8 192 29.3 432 24.0
 Not working 838 70.7 262 37.2 337 32.7 1437 47.8
Walking for transport
 No 368 38.2 197 37.2 321 41.8 886 39.2
 Yes 660 61.8 363 62.8 466 58.2 1489 60.8
Cycling for transport
 No 445 36.7 188 33.2 219 27.1 852 32.3
 Yes 583 63.3 372 66.8 568 72.9 1523 67.7
Walking in leisure time
 No 352 31.6 124 21.7 173 22.6 649 25.6
 Yes 676 68.4 436 78.3 614 77.4 1726 74.4
Cycling in leisure time
 No 419 35.9 167 29.6 206 26.2 792 30.7
 Yes 609 64.1 393 70.4 581 73.8 1583 69.3
  1. Frequencies are not weighted, percentages are