Share of children being bullied on social media in Denmark 2018, by age and gender

In 2018, girls in Denmark were suffering more from online bullying than boys. While 12 percent of the 13-year-old girls had experienced some kind of harassment within the past couple of months, eight percent of boys at the same age had tried the same. For the 15-year-olds, the share of children being bullied reached a minimum of eight percent for girls and seven percent for boys.

Share of children being bullied on social media in Denmark in 2018, by age and gender

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Release date

April 2019

Region

Denmark

Survey time period

February to May, 2018

Number of respondents

4,500 respondents

Age group

11-15 years

Method of interview

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