Psychological effects of domestic abuse in England and Wales 2012/13, by gender

Non-physical effects felt as a result of partner abuse in England and Wales (UK) in 2012/2013, by gender*

by Statista Research Department, last edited Feb 13, 2014
Psychological effects of domestic abuse in England and Wales 2012/13, by gender This statistic shows the non-physical effects felt as a result of the partner abuse in England and Wales (UK) in 2012/13, by gender. It can be seen that women in England and Wales suffered non-physical harm from partner abuse more often than men. The most common effect, irrespective of gender, was mental or emotional problems.
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Non-physical effects felt as a result of partner abuse in England and Wales (UK) in 2012/2013, by gender*

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