Average number of steps taken per day during the week in France 2012-2015

Average daily number of steps taken per day during the week in France from 2012 to 2015

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Release date

June 2015



Survey time period

2012 - 2015

Number of respondents

1,077 people surveyed *

Age group

18-64 years

Method of interview

Online survey

Supplementary notes

* n (2015): 1.077, n (2014): 1.084, n (2013): 1.309, n (2012): 800

Regarding the methodology, the source adds the following information: "A pedometer has sent to each person with the explanation of its operation (sensor allowing measure the number of steps per day; from morning to evening, at the level of the belt; collecting the number of steps each evening on a dedicated internet platform). The pedometer was to be worn for seven consecutive days by all participants. "

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