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Figure 1. Comparisons between inactive and active patients at high risk for diabetes by education level (Text Description)

Figure 1 is a bar chart comparing the activity levels of patients at high risk for diabetes by education level. Below is a table with the percentages of activity in data form.

Activity Level High school or Less High school grad Some college
Inactive 69.1 43.2 34.1
Active 30.9 36.8 65.9

Source: Donahue, K.E., Mielenz, T.J., Sloane, P.D., and others (2006, October). "Identifying supports and barriers to physical activity in patients at risk for diabetes." Preventing Chronic Disease 3(4), pp. 1-12.

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