Walkability and Physical Activity Survey

For the purpose of the survey questions I'm about to ask, please think of your neighborhood as:
• the area within a 20 minute walk or,
• 1 mile in all directions around your home.
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    1. In your neighborhood on a TYPICAL walk...

    Please only check "Yes" if your neighborhood has none of the problems listed.
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    Cross at crosswalks or where you could see and be seen by drivers?
    Stop and look left, right, and then left again before crossing streets?
    Walk on sidewalks or shoulders facing traffic where there were no sidewalks?
    Cross with the light?
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    2. Physical Activity

    We are interested in finding out about the kinds of physical activities that people do as part of their everyday lives. The questions will ask you about the time you spent being physically active in the LAST 7 DAYS. Please answer each question even if you do not consider yourself to be an active person. Please think about the activities you do at work, as part of your house and yard work, to get from place to place, and in your spare time for recreation, exercise or sport. If you have not done one of the activities asked about in the past week, type "0" in the box. Please answer each question to the best of your ability.

    2A: Vigorous Physical Activity

    Think about all the vigorous activities that you did in the last 7 days. Vigorous physical activities refer to activities that take hard physical effort and make you breathe much harder than normal. Think only about those physical activities that you did for at least 10 minutes at a time.
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    2B: Moderate Physical Activity

    Think about all the moderate activities that you did in the LAST 7 DAYS. Moderate activities refer to activities that take moderate physical effort and make you breathe somewhat harder than normal. Think only about those physical activities that you did for at least 10 minutes at a time.
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    2C: Walking

    Think about the time you spent walking in the LAST 7 DAYS. This includes at work and at home, walking to travel from place to place, and any other walking that you might do solely for recreation, sport, exercise, or leisure.
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    2D: Sitting

    This question is about the time you spent sitting on weekdays during the LAST 7 DAYS. Include time spent at work, at home, while doing course work and during leisure time. This may include time spent sitting at a desk, visiting friends, reading, or sitting or lying down to watch television.
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    3. Neighborhood Preference

    We’d like you to imagine moving to a new neighborhood. Please read the two neighborhood descriptions below and then answer the following questions. Assume that anything we do not refer to in the neighborhood choices – such as school quality, public safety, or cost – is exactly the same as where you live now.

    Neighborhood "A"

    Within a half-mile of my home there is a MIX of single family detached houses, townhomes, apartments, and condominiums on VARIOUS SIZED LOTS. Destinations such as shopping, restaurants, public libraries, and schools are within a FEW BLOCKS of my home. Local destinations are close enough that I can EITHER WALK OR DRIVE. Parking there is LIMITED. My one-way commute is 3 miles. Public transit, like a bus or train, is NEARBY.

    Neighborhood "B"

    Within a half-mile of my home there are only single family houses on 1 ACRE LOTS. Destinations such as shopping, restaurants, public libraries, and schools are within a FEW MILES of my home. Local destinations are too far to walk, most are DRIVEN TO. Parking there is AMPLE. My one-way commute is 18 miles. Public transit, like a bus or train, is DISTANT.
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