Time children spend doing formal sports weekly in England 2012, by gender and income

Mean number of hours children spend doing formal sports and activities weekly in England in 2012, by gender and income

by Statista Research Department, last edited Dec 18, 2013
Time children spend doing formal sports weekly in England 2012, by gender and income This statistic displays the mean number of hours children between the age of 2 and 15 spent doing formal sports activities weekly, by gender and household income, in England in 2012. Boys from the 2nd quintile spent 1.6 hours doing formal sports activities.
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Mean number of hours children spend doing formal sports and activities weekly in England in 2012, by gender and income

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Equivalised household income quintileHighest2nd3rd4thLowest
Boys2.11.61.51.41.2
Girls1.61.10.90.60.6
Equivalised household income quintileHighest2nd3rd4thLowest
Boys2.11.61.51.41.2
Girls1.61.10.90.60.6
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Dec 18, 2013
This statistic displays the mean number of hours children between the age of 2 and 15 spent doing formal sports activities weekly, by gender and household income, in England in 2012. Boys from the 2nd quintile spent 1.6 hours doing formal sports activities.
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