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Table 1 Baseline socio-demographic characteristics of the cohort (n = 1831)

From: Safe RESIDential Environments? A longitudinal analysis of the influence of crime-related safety on walking

Characteristic %
Agea 40.0 (11.9)
Gender  
 Male 40.3
 Female 59.7
Income  
 Less than $50,000 25.9
 $50,000 to $69,999 25.0
 $70,000 to $89,999 23.2
 $90,000 or more 25.9
Education  
 Secondary or less 39.4
 Trade / Apprenticeship / Certificate 37.6
 Bachelor degree or higher 22.9
Marital Status  
 Partner 81.5
 No Partner 18.5
Importance of safety to neighbourhood selectiona 4.4 (0. 8)
  1. aValue is expressed as mean (standard deviation). Importance of safety from crime to neighbourhood selection was measured using a Likert scale (1 = not at all important; 5 = very important)