TABLE 4

Descriptive Statistics on BMI Group by Gender of US HBSC Samples in 2001–2002, 2005–2006, and 2009-2010 (N = 30 264)

2001–2002 (N = 12 616)2005–2006 (N = 8286)2009–2010 (N = 9362)
N%SEN%SEN%SE
All (N = 30 264)
 Underweight6264.70.263273.70.314044.20.31
 Normal weight864670.10.63542666.60.91610566.50.86
 Overweight194514.90.44138317.00.61160616.60.53
 Obese139910.30.40115012.70.67124712.70.58
2001–2002 (N = 6019)2005–2006 (N = 4008)2009–2010 (N = 4887)
Boy (N = 14 914)N%SEN%SEN%SE
 Underweight (671)2854.40.321624.20.442244.60.42
 Normal weight (9413)387465.50.83249962.91.22304063.61.05
 Overweight (2577)100616.50.6770718.41.0086417.40.62
 Obese (2253)85413.60.6064014.50.8575914.40.74
2001–2002 (N = 6597)2005–2006 (N = 4278)2009–2010 (N = 4475)
Girl (N = 15 350)N%SEN%SEN%SE
 Underweight3415.00.341653.30.321803.70.42
 Normal weight477274.30.76292770.21.11306569.71.31
 Overweight93913.40.4867615.70.6774215.70.90
 Obese5457.30.4151010.90.7348810.90.71
  • N = sample size; % = weighted percentage adjusting for complex survey design, including stratification, clustering, and over sampling. Respondents with reported weight outside of the range 20 to 191 kg and with reported height outside of range 119.38 to 198.12 cm were excluded.