Reasons for not reporting bullying United Kingdom (UK) 2019

This statistic shows the reasons given by bullying victims for not reporting it in the United Kingdom (UK) as of 2019. The most common reason to not report the bullying was that the victims feared being labelled a snitch or were scared that it would get worse, with 38 percent of respondents.

Why didn't you tell anyone about the bullying?

Share of respondents
I'll be called a snitch38%
I'm scared of it getting worse38%
I'm embarrassed34%
I didn't think it was serious enough32%
I don't want to feel like a victim31%
It didn't affect me enough30%
It won't be taken seriously27%
I can deal with it myself26%
I reported it in the past and nothing happened24%
I have done in the past and nothing happened24%
My teachers don't care17%
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Source

Release date

November 2019

Region

United Kingdom

Survey time period

November 1, 2018 to February 28, 2019

Number of respondents

7,347 respondents

Age group

12-20 years

Special properties

Young people in the UK

Method of interview

Online survey

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