Post-separation financial abuse reported by men in the UK in 2015, by type

This statistic presents the types of financial abuse following a separation as reported by share of British men who experienced abuse in the United Kingdom (UK) as of December 2015. Men (55 percent) were more likely than women to report that their partner interfered with their employment or ability to keep their job after their separation.

Financial abuse post-separation as reported by British men in the United Kingdom (UK) as of December 2015, by type

Share of men
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Release date

December 2015


United Kingdom

Survey time period


Number of respondents


Special properties

men and women reporting financial abuse post-separation.

Method of interview

CAPI interview, questionnaire

Supplementary notes

*From a nationally representative of 4,002 men and women.

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