A brief report highlights survey data from 2015
- Approximately 21% of women (25.5 million) and nearly 3% of men (2.8 million) in the U.S. reported completed or attempted rape at some point in their lifetime.
- Nearly 1 in 6 women, or 19.1 million, and about 1 in 17 men, or 6.4 million, in the U.S. were victims of stalking at some point in their lifetime.
- About 1 in 4 women (29.2 million) and 1 in 10 men (11.8 million) in the U.S. experienced contact sexual violence, physical violence, and/or stalking by an intimate partner during their lifetime and reported some form of IPV-related impact, (e.g. being fearful, concerned for safety, injury, need for medical care).
- Across the majority of violence types measured, most first time victimization occurred prior to age 25 (71% of female victims and 56% of male victims), and many victims first experienced violence before age 18 (26% of female victims and 15% of male victims).
The National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey
Intimate Partner Violence
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