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Table 9 Testing the data: bar density as a function of window advertising policy

From: Underage alcohol policies across 50 California cities: an assessment of best practices

Model Unstandardized coefficients Standardized coefficients t Sig.
B Std. Error Beta
(Constant) .106 .053   2.017 .050
Window Advertising Total .012 .004 .423 3.035 .004
PER CAPITA 2008–10 .020 .012 .221 1.699 .097
Totalpop −1.807E-8 .000 −.041 −.291 .773
PctWhite .006 .031 .029 .199 .844
Median HH income −7.975E-7 .000 −.322 −1.577 .122
Percentage of unemployees (both males and females) (unemployed/labor force) −.414 .285 −.318 −1.451 .154
  1. R2 = .28.
  2. Dependent Variable = Bar density.
  3. Independent Variables = Per capita enforcement funds from 2008–2011; total population, percentage white residents, median household income, and employment levels of cities.