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Table 3 Density of PA facilities for Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow.

From: Distribution of physical activity facilities in Scotland by small area measures of deprivation and urbanicity

Local authority   Number of DZs Number of PA facilities Mean number of facilities per 1,000 residents (95% C.I.)
Aberdeen     
Income SIMD quintile 1 (most affluent) 90 108 1.48 (1.07, 1.90)
  2 43 68 1.91 (1.18, 2.64)
  3 (middling) 45 127 3.56 (2.34, 4.77)
  4 57 85 1.83 (1.22, 2.45)
  5 (most deprived) 32 32 1.31 (0.66, 1.95)
  Total 267 420 1.89 (1.57, 2.21)
     p = 0.001
Dundee     
Income SIMD quintile 1 (most affluent) 30 63 2.53 (1.43, 3.64)
  2 23 71 3.55 (1.87, 5.24)
  3 (middling) 15 32 3.18 (1.22, 5.13)
  4 35 39 1.37 (0.75, 2.00)
  5 (most deprived) 76 63 1.04 (0.69, 1.38)
  Total 179 268 2.10 (1.66, 2.54)
     p < 0.001
Edinburgh     
Income SIMD quintile 1 (most affluent) 190 321 1.94 (1.59, 2.29)
  2 122 222 2.29 (1.78, 2.79)
  3 (middling) 83 150 2.23 (1.63, 2.82)
  4 73 111 1.93 (1.36, 2.50)
  5 (most deprived) 81 122 1.80 (1.29, 2.30)
  Total 549 926 2.03 (1.80, 2.26)
     p = 0.623
Glasgow     
Income SIMD quintile 1 (most affluent) 29 43 1.60 (0.84, 2.35)
  2 82 78 1.16 (0.80, 1.53)
  3 (middling) 84 69 0.98 (0.67, 1.30)
  4 128 114 1.09 (0.82, 1.37)
  5 (most deprived) 371 362 1.18 (1.01, 1.35)
  Total 694 666 1.19 (1.02, 1.36)
     p = 0.553
  1. P-values presented indicate whether or not a statistically significant difference is present between at least one pair of deprivation quintiles.