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Table 2 Prevalence (95% CI) of for being categorized as sufficiently physically active by European region, country and age group

From: Variations in accelerometry measured physical activity and sedentary time across Europe – harmonized analyses of 47,497 children and adolescents

European regionOverall regionCountry within regionChildren (2–9.9 y)Adolescents (≥10–18 y)
North (n = 28,988)31 (29,34)Norway37 (26, 49)34 (32,37)
Sweden33 (28,39)38 (31,44)
Denmark32 (24,41)29 (21,37)
Finland25 (11,38)29 (15,43)
Estonia28 (23,32)40 (29,52)
UK31 (21,40)30 (27,32)
Central (n = 9287)26 (20,32)FranceN/A28 (23,33)
Germany33 (28,38)24 (10,38)
AustriaN/A34 (27,40)
Swiss38 (25, 51)43 (37,48)
Belgium18 (10,26)20 (16,23)
Hungary22 (19,25)38 (31,46)
South (n = 9222)23 (20,27)Portugal25 (21,29)24 (19,29)
Spain25 (21,28)33 (29,37)
ItalyN/A21 (17,26)
MaltaN/A14 (10,19)
Cyprus13 (9,16)N/A
GreeceN/A27 (22,33)
  1. All estimates are adjusted for sex, age, wear time, country, season, study year and ActiGraph models. Study used as cluster variable