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Starting point of financial abuse in relationships as reported by British women in the United Kingdom (UK) as of December 2015
Financial abuse in relationships: starting point reported by women in the UK in 2015
This statistic presents the starting point of financial abuse in relationships as reported by share of British women who experienced abuse in the United Kingdom (UK) as of December 2015. Women (75 percent) were more likely than men to report that the financial abuse started when they got married or when they moved in with their partner (71 percent).
Starting point of financial abuse in relationships as reported by British women in the United Kingdom (UK) as of December 2015
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Sources

Release date

December 2015

Region

United Kingdom

Survey time period

2015

Number of respondents

730*

Special properties

men and women who reported financial abuse.

Method of interview

CAPI interview, questionnaire

Supplementary notes

*From a nationally representative of 4,002 men and women, just under a fifth (18 percent) of UK adults have experienced financial abuse in a relationship.

Financial abuse in relationships: starting point reported by women in the UK in 2015
This statistic presents the starting point of financial abuse in relationships as reported by share of British women who experienced abuse in the United Kingdom (UK) as of December 2015. Women (75 percent) were more likely than men to report that the financial abuse started when they got married or when they moved in with their partner (71 percent).
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