Bulletin 09: Preferences for sports

2011-2012 Sport Monitor (Adult focus),

March 6, 2014

The 2011-2012 Sport Monitor explores Canadians’ preferences for certain type of activities, as these cognitive factors may have the potential to influence behaviour, such as participation in sport. For the purposes of this bulletin, preferences include the desired degree of competitiveness, preferred choice for team versus individual sports, and the preference for certain social interactions while participating.


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Sport Participation

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Attitudes, Beliefs or Preferences

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Adults

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Self-Report Population Data

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