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Table 3 Non-social and social occasions multinomial logit model analysis resultsa

From: Understanding the influence of physical resources and social supports on primary food providers’ snack food provision: a discrete choice experiment

Attributes Non-social condition   Social condition  
Utility weight (95%CI) Relative importance score Utility weight (95%CI) Relative importance score
Cost
 Cheaper (reference level) −0.333 (−0.586 to −0.081)* 5 −0.320 (−0.552 to −0.087)* 5
 More expensive
Timeb
 Instant (reference level) 0.115 (−0.227 to 0.458) 6 −0.077 (− 0.402 to 0.248) 6
 Quick
 More time consuming −0.096 (− 0.428 to 0.236) − 0.162 (− 0.491 to 0.166)
Child’s likely response
 Accepting (reference level) −1.624 (−1.851 to −1.398)** 2 −1.506 (−1.722 to −1.291)** 1
 Resistant
Support from co-parent
 Supportive 0.998 (0.774 to 1.223)** 3 1.077 (0.855 to 1.298)** 3
 Unsupportive (reference level)
Support from friends
 Supportive 0.448 (0.220 to 0.675)** 4 0.794 (0.575 to 1.014)** 4
 Unsupportive (reference level)
Type of food
 Everyday foods 1.944 (1.685 to 2.202)** 1 1.384 (1.154 to 1.614)** 2
 Sometimes foods (reference level)
Neither alternative −1.256 (−1.778 to −0.734)**   −1.066 (− 1.556 to −0.575)**  
Model fit statistics
 Log likelihood of model − 756.18   − 827.29  
 Log likelihood of model without predictors − 1204.62   − 1207.44  
 Likelihood ratio X2 896.88   760.30  
 Norm. Akaike information criterion 1.360   1.487  
 Pseudo R2 0.372   0.315  
  1. aNo. of respondents n = 225, No. of observations n = 1125. Adjusted for condition order effects
  2. bWald test p value presented for time attribute (quick + more time consuming = 0)
  3. * p < 0.05, ** p < 0.001
  4. Abbreviations: X2 chi-square; 95%CI 95% confidence interval