Table 2

Daily hours of screen-based media activity by country and gender

Daily hours of screen based activity


Computer use

Computer games

Television viewing




Sample

M

95% CI

M

95% CI

M

95% CI


Denmark

Boys

1.61

(1.53 to 1.69)

2.28

(2.20 to 2.37)

2.68

(2.61 to 2.75)

Girls

1.45

(1.38 to 1.53)

0.84

(0.78 to 0.90)

2.48

(2.41 to 2.55)

Finland

Boys

1.54

(1.45 to 1.62)

1.97

(1.88 to 2.06)

2.21

(2.14 to 2.28)

Girls

1.55

(1.48 to 1.62)

0.67

(0.62 to 0.72)

2.13

(2.06 to 2.19)

Greenland

Boys

1.17

(1.00 to 1.35)

1.70

(1.50 to 1.91)

2.62

(2.40 to 2.83 )

Girls

1.43

(1.23 to 1.63)

0.77

(0.68 to 0.87)

2.60

(2.39 to 2.81)

Iceland

Boys

1.87

(1.80 to 1.94)

1.99

(1.93 to 2.06)

2.56

(2.51 to 2.61)

Girls

1.72

(1.66 to 1.78)

0.52

(0.49 to 0.55)

2.22

(2.17 to 2.27)

Norway

Boys

1.58

(1.48 to 1.69)

1.97

(1.88 to 2.07)

2.41

(2.33 to 2.50)

Girls

1.80

(1.69 to 1.90 )

0.71

(0.65 to 0.76)

2.42

(2.33 to 2.51)

Sweden

Boys

1.75

(1.64 to 1.86)

2.19

(2.08 to 2.30)

2.30

(2.22 to 2.39)

Girls

1.73

(1.62 to 1.84)

0.74

(0.68 to 0.81)

2.17

(2.09 to 2.25)


M-Mean; CI- confidence interval

Torsheim et al. BMC Public Health 2010 10:324   doi:10.1186/1471-2458-10-324

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