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Table 1 Prevalence of physical inactivity according to individual and household characteristics among Xavante adults ≥ 18 years, Pimentel Barbosa and Etênhiritipá villages, Mato Grosso, Brazil, February 2011. PR Prevalence ratio, CI Confidence Interval

From: Prevalence of physical inactivity and associated socioeconomic indicators in indigenous Xavante communities in Central Brazil

   N Prevalence of physical inactivity PR CI95% p-value
   % (n)
Level 1 Sex
 Male 107 22.4 (22) 1 (reference)  
 Female 104 14.4 (15) 0.64 (0.36–1.16) p = 0.141
Age group
 18–34 years 123 16.3 (20) 1 (reference)  
 35–59 years 64 15.6 (10) 0.96 (0.48–1.93) p = 0.911
  ≥ 60 years 24 37.5 (10) 2.30 (1.20–4.44) p = 0.012
Level 2 BMI
 Normal 55 21.8 (12) 1 (reference)  
 Overweight 110 16.4 (18) 0.75 (0.39–1.45) p = 0.390
 Obese 46 19.6 (9) 0.90 (0.41–1.94) p = 0.782
Schooling
  ≤ 4 years of study 122 21.3 (26) 1 (reference)  
  > 4 years of study 89 14.6 (13) 0.69 (0.37–1.26) p = 0.224
Employed with regular salary
 No 189 18.5 (35) 1 (reference)  
 Yes 22 18.2 (4) 1.09 (0.40–2.60) p = 0.969
Regular or occasional smoker
 No 121 21.5 (26) 1 (reference)  
 Yes 90 14.4 (13) 0.67 (0.37–1.24) p = 0.201
At least one alcoholic beverage per week
 No 179 17.9 (32) 1 (reference)  
 Yes 32 21.9 (7) 1.22 (0.59–2.53) p = 0.587
Level 3 Household per capita income for adults
 Low 109 21.1 (23) 1 (reference)  
 High 102 15.7 (16) 0.74 (0.42–1.33) p = 0.316
Presence of household electricity
 No 131 16.0 (21) 1 (reference)  
 Yes 80 22.5 (18) 1.40 (0.80–2.42) p = 0.241
Presence of television in household
 No 131 14.5 (19) 1 (reference)  
 Yes 80 25.0 (20) 1.72 (0.98–3.03) p = 0.059
Presence of motorcycle in household
 No 141 20.6 (29) 1 (reference)  
 Yes 70 14.3 (10) 0.69 (0.36–1.34) p = 0.280
Presence of bicycle in household
 No 126 18.3 (23) 1 (reference)  
 Yes 85 18.8 (16) 1.03 (0.58–1.84) p = 0.917
Household food garden planted in prior year
 No 30 33.3 (10) 1 (reference)  
 Yes 181 16.0 (29) 0.48 (0.26–0.88) p = 0.018
Diversity of non-traditional foods consumed in household
 Low 104 17.3 (18) 1 (reference)  
 High 107 19.6 (21) 1.33 (0.64–2.01) p = 0.666