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These, in the current study, were represented by segments 8, 1 and 4, respectively, with 37, 24 and 19 per cent. 0 per Table 2. Segment 7 11 10 9 8 1 4 Proﬁle of Segments (N ¼ 900). 4 per cent. Pseudo R2 was calculated for each level of the overall model shown in Fig. 1. e. sustainability). The second level with the variable country of origin added explained 17 per cent of the variation in the dependent variable. The third level with the remaining two variables (gender and whether or not a person was a nature-based tourist) added explained 18 per cent of the variation in the dependent variable.