|Abbreviations. AA: African Americans; B: coefficient; SE: standard error; df: degrees of freedom; Q: quartile; CA: Cuban American; HA: Haitian American.|
Notes. Television watching was reported to the nearest 0.25 hours. The dependent variable is ≥ 4.25 hours of TV versus ≤ 4.00 hours of TV. The 4th quartile of BMI is the reference.
Model 1 was adjusted for age (), gender (), BMI quartiles (), currently smoking (), and education (). Participants who were older and had less education were more likely to watch more than 4 hours of TV per day as compared to their counterparts.
Model 1 parameters. χ 2 (11) = 112.8 (), . Nagelkerke R-squared = 0.193 with 78.1% of the cases classified correctly.
Model 2 included age (), gender (), BMI quartiles (), currently smoking (), education (), and an adjustment for high glycosylated hemoglobin: high A1C ≥ 6% (), diabetes status by high A1C ().
Model 2 parameters. χ 2 (13) = 112.8 (), P < 0.001. Nagelkerke R-squared = 0.197 with 78.6% of the cases classified correctly.