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Table 3 Significance of interactions between environmental variables, and gender and neighborhood socioeconomic status by binary logistic model

From: Environmental factors associated with overweight among adults in Nigeria

   Overweight   
  Interaction terms with gender and neighborhood SES
  Gender   Neighborhood SES
  OR† (95% C.I) OR† (95% C.I)
Residential density (low) 1.71 (1.02- 2.86)* 1.07 (0.37- 3.12)
Access to commercial places (Disagree) 1.42 (0.74- 2.74) 1.25 (0.61- 2.58)
Access to non-residential places (Disagree) 1.35 (0.59- 3.04) 0.67 (0.28- 1.57)
Access to public transport (Disagree) 0.95 (0.49- 1.85) 0.72 (0.35- 1.51)
Presence of recreational centers (Disagree) 0.67 (0.33- 1.37) 1.98 (0.86- 4.55)
Presence of pedestrian pathways (Disagree) 0.89 (0.46- 1.75) 1.98 (0.92- 4.05)
Maintenance of pathways (Poor) 3.08 (1.26- 7.49)* 1.72 (0.54- 5.49)
Presence of beautiful things (Disagree) 1.81 (1.05- 3.13)* 1.29 (1.02- 2.86)*
Absence of unattended animals (Disagree) 1.23 (0.68- 2.25) 0.89 (0.49- 1.65)
Absence of garbages and foul odors (Disagree) 0.92 (0.49- 1.71) 2.12 (0.83- 5.39)
Seeing people active (Disagree) 0.74 (0.34- 1.58) 0.54 (0.19- 1.46)
Connectivity of street (Poor) 1.79 (0.88- 3.65) 0.78 (0.42- 1.83)
Traffic safety for bicycling (Not safe) 1.13 (0.51- 2.55) 0.99 (0.45- 2.20)
Traffic safety for walking (Not safe) 2.19 (1.22- 3.93)* 1.66 (0.87- 2.71)
Crime Safety during the day (Not safe) 1.08 0.55- 2.12) 0.66 (0.24- 1.83)
Crime safety at night (Not safe) 1.18 (0.69- 2.04) 2.35 (1.66- 4.24)*
  1. OR_ odds ratio' *_ statistically significant (p < 0.05)
  2. †_ Adjusted for age, neighborhood location, marital status, ethnic group, employment status, and education
  3. †_ Adjusted for age, gender, marital status, ethnic group, employment status, and education