UK population ages 16-59 who were victims of domestic abuse in past year, by selected household characteristics, 2012/13 survey

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    Shows percent of adult population who were victims of domestic abuse once or more in the 12 months prior to the survey. The unweighted base shows the estimated number of persons who were victims of any type of domestic abuse. An empty cell indicates a sample size too small for making estimates.

    Data are from the Crime Survey for England and Wales (CSEW), a face-to-face survey in which people resident in households in England and Wales are asked about their experiences of crime in the 12 months prior to the interview.
    “Output area classification” refers to a method of classifying neighborhoods based on the relationship of area demographic metrics to national averages. The method has been used in recent censuses.
    In the year ending March 2013, the CSEW had achieved a nationally representative sample of 35,169 adults and 2,879 children with response rates of 75% and 67% respectively. The survey is weighted to adjust for possible non-response bias and to ensure the sample reflects the profile of the general population. Being based on a sample survey, CSEW estimates are subject to a margin of error. Unless stated otherwise, all changes in CSEW estimates described in the main text are statistically significant at the 95 per cent level.
    The data shown here are from Reference Table 4.10 associated with a report titled “Focus on Violent
    Crime and Sexual Offences 2012/13.” The full text of that report is available in this ProQuest service https://datasets.proquest.com/data/document/279/

  • Dimensions

    • Household characteristic category
      • Accommodation type
      • ALL ADULT VICTIMS
      • Area type
      • Employment deprivation index
      • English region and Wales
      • Household income
      • Level of physical disorder
      • Output area classification
      • Structure of household
      • Tenure
    • Detailed household characteristics
      • Total
      • £10,000 to less than £20,000
      • £20,000 to less than £30,000
      • 20% least deprived output areas
      • 20% most deprived output areas
      • £30,000 to less than £40,000
      • £40,000 to less than £50,000
      • £50,000 or more
      • Adults and child(ren)
      • City living
      • Constrained by circumstances
      • Countryside
      • Detached
      • East Midlands
      • East of England
      • Flats/maisonettes
      • High
      • Houses
      • Less than £10,000
      • London
      • Multicultural
      • No children
      • No income stated or not enough information provided
      • North East
      • North West
      • Not high
      • Other output areas
      • Owner occupiers
      • Private renters
      • Prospering suburbs
      • Rural
      • Semi-detached
      • Single adult and child(ren)
      • Social renters
      • South East
      • South West
      • Terraced
      • Typical traits
      • Urban
      • Wales
      • West Midlands
      • Yorkshire and the Humber
    • Type of domestic abuse
      • Total victims
      • Any domestic abuse
      • Family abuse (non-sexual)
      • Partner abuse (non-sexual)
      • Sexual assault
      • Stalking
    • Sex
      • Men
      • Women
    • Value
      • Percent of total population
      • Thousands