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Table 3 Sugar-sweetened beverage consumption, attitudes and knowledge by exposure to Shape Your Future/Rethink Your Drink, 2017

From: Factors associated with sugar-sweetened beverage consumption in adults with children in the home after a statewide health communications program

RYD campaign-related outcomesConfirmed Exposure to SYF/RYDp-value
Yes
N = 383
23.8% (20.0, 27.6)
No
N = 1155
76.2% (72.4, 80.0)
One or more SSBs of any kind per day36.7% (27.4, 45.9)36.2 (31.4, 40.9)0.9245
One or more SS sodas per day19.5 (12.8, 26.1)21.6 (17.6, 25.6)0.5901
One or more SSBs other than soda/day20.9 (14.0, 27.8)23.5 (19.4, 27.6)0.5418
Heavy SSB consumption (three or more SSBs of any kind/ day)7.4 (3.4, 11.3)9.8 (6.9, 12.7)0.3564
I am able to substitute water for sugar-sweetened beverages for my family64.0 (55.1, 72.8)56.9 (52.1, 61.7)0.1820
I plan to limit sugar-sweetened drinks for my family55.2 (46.1, 64.2)49.7 (44.7, 54.8)0.3070
SSBs are linked to obesity, diabetes & heart disease76.2 (69.8, 82.7)64.1 (59.5, 68.8)0.0045
  1. Bold type indicates statistical significance at alpha = 0.05 level